China’s venture capital and private equity firms continue to invest in the country’s startup community. Here are some of the firms that received fresh funding from Chinese investors, based on a China Money Network Report.
Tsign secures $23m in series B+
Hangzhou-based electronic signature service provider Tsign has secured $23 million in series B+ funding round led by Shenzhen Qianhai Wutong M&A Fund Management, with participation of THG Ventures.
Tsign offers real-name authentication, electronic signature, electronic contract, and legal services in the fields of public utilities, finance, and Internet enterprises.
4K Garden raises $10m in series A+
Guangdong Technology Financial Group Co Ltd led the $10 million series A+ funding round of 4K Garden, a Chinese 4K ultra high definition video production and distribution platform.
Zheshang Venture Capital, a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in seed stage and pre-IPO stage investments, also participated in the latest funding round.
HUAZHI IMT gets $15m from Banyan, Ying Capital
Banyan Capital and Ying Capital have co-led a $15 million series A+ funding round of Shenzhen-based HUAZHI IMT.
HUAZHI IMT is a global intelligent manufacturing solution provider and system integrator based in Shenzhen of China with eight overseas offices and research institutions.
Weacar, Fit-Start raise fresh funds in pre-A funding round
Tongkong Investment Group led the funding round for Weacar, with participation from Guangzhou HOZDO Visual Logistics. Fit-Start, however, did not disclose the investors of its pre-A funding round. Fit-Start provides online fitness consulting and offline physical training courses for customers.