MegaRobo, an intelligent life science enterprise, has announced its completion of C-round financing totaling $300 million. The funding was jointly led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management LP, Asia Investment Capital and GGV Capital.
Big data analytics platform and services provider Sensors Data announced on Friday that it has obtained $200 million in round-D financing. The lead investors were Tiger Global and Carlyle Group.
ShadowBot, a robotic process automation (RPA) enterprise, announced Tuesday that it has completed a round C of financing totaling $100 million, led by Goldman Sachs and an unknown CVC institution.
Chinese AI SaaS provider Megaview has completed a pre-A round of financing. The lead investor was Glory Ventures, with additional participation from existing shareholder GGV Capital.
Open source company JiHu GitLab announced on Monday that it had completed an A round of financing worth several hundred million yuan.
Cocos, a digital interactive content development platform, has completed a B round of financing totaling $50 million, with investors including GGV Capital, CCB Trust and Agora.
MS Energy, a low-carbon green energy services provider, announced Monday that it has secured several hundred million yuan in a round B and round B+ of financing.
Blue Wall, a high-tech Chinese firm dedicated to developing underlying software for the real estate industry, recently announced it has raised 50 million yuan ($7.86 million) in a Series A financing round.
E-commerce software as a service (SaaS) firm Dianxiaomi announced on Tuesday its completion of C-round financing totaling $100 million.
Recently, Moodles, a Chinese tech company focusing on the food industry, announced the completion of a Pre-A round of financing.
Xiamen Current Technology Co., Ltd., running an online collaborative CAD platform, announced on Monday that it has completed an A Round of financing garnering nearly 100 million yuan ($15.67 million).
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei on Jan. 27 announced the establishment of his London-based new consumer technology startup Nothing, which obtained $7 million in fresh capital last December.
Xiaohongshu's possible Series E, US-based food delivery company seeing a surge in contactless takeaway orders, a Chinese ed-tech startup providing online research counseling, a medical diagnostic company and a major local hotel chain.
China’s VC market is coming into its own as the coronavirus outbreak seems to be easing its grip on the country.
After a record-setting 2018 that saw Chinese VCs ladle out cash to startups at mind-boggling valuations, current numbers spooked global investors, some of whom regard the diminished numbers as a sign of an imminent industry debacle.