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Strategic Partnerships

The first firm to bring foreign venture capital to China. A global leader in venture capital, private equity and mergers and acquisitions.

Trust

Our investment partners include fund managers, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, institutional investors, charities, university endowments and more.

Experience

Founded in 1992, IDG Capital has made more than 750 investments in companies in China and around the world.

Track Record

More than 170 successful exits. We funded more than half of all Chinese unicorns in early rounds.

Our Firm

IDG Capital is a leading investment firm, focusing on developing extraordinary companies through our expertise in private equity, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions.

  • Founded:

    1992

  • Investments:

    750+

  • Exits:

    170+

  • ACCUMULATED Assets Under Management:

    $20 billion

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JK.CN
G-bits
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Art.sy
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beibei.com
HUAZHU
Qiji Nuannuan
Gubei Watertown
Impression Wonders
Afu
SHEIN
Razer
Infront Sports & Media
Womai
Wuzhen Tourism
Funzio
Guoxiaomei
Xin Peptide Biotechnology
Xunlei
ChinaUMS
OriGene Technologies
Tenry Pharmaceutical
Mogujie
EdiGene
Shenogen Pharma
Three Squirrels
Secoo
Handu
Kunlun Fight
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Latest News

IDG CAPITAL CO-LEADS ACADSOC INVESTMENT

CHINA MONEY NETWORK
02.18.2019

IDG Capital co-lead a $15 million Series C1 funding round in Shenzhen Acadsoc Information Co., a Chinese online learning platform. Founded in 2013, Acadsoc offers one-on-one English tutoring service to children, adults and students hoping to study overseas. The company currently has more than 40 million students in its customer base and employs more than 6,000 full-time tutors in the U.S., the U.K, Australia and the Philippines, More than 50% of its tutors are Philippines-based.

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FOURIER INTELLIGENCE REINVENTS THE EXOSKELETON

TECH NODE
02.15.2019

Fourier Intelligence, a Shanghai-based startup, is working to develop an affordable exoskeleton for potential use in China by more than 85 million disabled citizens. Exoskeleton are now sometimes priced as high as $500,000, but Fourier hopes to develop a model for sale for as low as $20,000, according to Ken Zoh, deputy CEO. IDG Capital joined Fourier’s Series A funding round in 2018.

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