On July 12th, Keep, the first sports technology company, officially listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong with the stock code "3650".
On September 6, Keep, a Beijing-based sports tech firm, updated its prospectus on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx).
Sports technology company Keep submitted its application on February 25 for a public listing in Hong Kong, with Goldman Sachs and CICC serving as co-sponsors.
Chinese fitness technology company Keep has recently carried out a large-scale organizational restructuring to improve efficiency.
On Tuesday, the Shanghai Consumers Council issued a report about its investigation into the renewal deduction time of 12 apps.
Chinese social platform Soul and fitness app Keep are considering an IPO in Hong Kong, several media outlets reported on Wednesday. Previously, both companies suspended their plans to list in the U.S.
A number of Chinese companies have reportedly cancelled IPO plans in the U.S., in fear of national security review from the authority.
The valuation of China’s most popular fitness app Keep has risen to about $2 billion following a $360 million funding round, according to Chinese tech news site 36Kr.
This past week saw Keep, China’s answer to Nike’s Training Club, officially become the first unicorn in the world of fitness tech.
Chinese mobile fitness community Keep announced that it had completed an $80 million E-round of financing earlier this year, and thus became the first fitness tech company to achieve unicorn status.
On October 24, the company behind the fitness app Keep started a big round of layoffs, according to 36Kr.
Internet fitness company Keep Inc. raised the single largest fundraising round in the world’s Internet fitness industry, with Goldman Sachs leading the $127 million investment in their Series D round on July 10.
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