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Shunwei Capital

Shunwei Capital is a china-based venture capital firm founded in 2011 by Lei Jun.

Shunwei Capital is a venture capital firm headquartered in Beijing, China. The firm was founded in 2011 by Jun Lei and Tuck Lye Koh. The firm provides early, mid, and growth to Chinese internet and technology companies. Investments have been made by the firm in telecommunications, digital media, electronic gaming, rural internet, and financial technology sectors.

In 2018, it was reported that Shunwei Capital had closed its sixth fund at $1.21 billion and would use the fund to invest in Indian technology companies.

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Omar Faridi
July 15, 2021
Crowdfund Insider
Coinbase Ventures, Shunwei Capital, Coatue join Blockchain security auditing firm CertiK's $37M Series B round.
Saumya Tewari
May 26, 2021
mint
In February, the platform said that Chinese investor Shunwei Capital has sold its minority stake in the company. Existing investors and a bunch of individuals bought out Shunwei's stake in Bombinate Technologies, the parent of Koo and Vokal
Reza Chowdhury
May 7, 2021
AlleyWatch
The Pulse of New York Tech
Saumya Tewari
May 4, 2021
mint
The platform gained prominence in the last few months with key government officials and ministers creating their Koo accounts
Staff Writer @ LiveMint
March 18, 2021
DealStreetAsia
Former Indian Cricketer Javagal Srinath, BookMyShow founder Ashish Hemrajani, Udaan co-founder Sujeet Kumar have, too, invested.
Samreen Ahmad
March 17, 2021
@bsindia
Koo has so far raised $4.1 mn in Series A funding from existing investors Accel, Kalaari Capital, Blume Ventures and 3one4 Capital.
Press Trust of India
March 17, 2021
@bsindia
Existing investors and a clutch of prominent individuals bought out the firms minority stake
Deviana Chuo
March 16, 2021
DealStreetAsia
The company will use the proceeds to advance its innovation intelligence platform.
Liya Su
December 22, 2020
DealStreetAsia
Shunwei Capital and Hillhouse Capital also joined hands to invest in the latest round.
Liya Su
November 18, 2020
DealStreetAsia
Celtic House Asia Partners, Highlight Capital, and Onew Capital invested in Amiro.
Yuvraj Malik
February 6, 2020
@bsindia
The deal comes in the background of growing popularity of audio platform, including local ones
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