World Famous VC’s announced to Judge G-Startup Worldwide at GMIC Beijing

In Uncategorized by Ryan Baird

We are proud to announce an amazing lineup of world famous VCs and Tech leaders to judge the G-Startup Worldwide competition at GMIC Beijing.

Hans Tung, GGV, Managing Partner
Alex Yao, Cheetah Mobile, SVP
Barrett Parkman, GWC Innovator Fund, VP & Co-Founder
Xiong Zhen, Baidu, GM Mobile Services Group
James Shen, Qualcomm Ventures, Managing Director
David Tang, Nokia Growth Partners, Managing Director
Akio Tanaka, Infinity Venture Partners, Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Rui Ma, 500 Startups, Partner
Adora Cheung, YCombinator, Partner
Ryoichi Suzuki, Recruit Strategic Partners, VP
Richard Wang, DFJ Dragon, Fund Partner
Anna Fang, Zhen Fund, Managing Director

The opportunity to pitch to these judges is invaluable!  As a group they have been early investors in dozens of companies that later became valued at over one billion dollars including Airbnb, DraftKings, Xiaomi, Alibaba, Pandora, Glu, Zendesk, Square, Magic Leap, CloudFlare, FitBit, Waze, Twilio, and SoundCloud.  They have also viewed thousands of pitch decks and advised hundreds of companies on raising capital and expanding their business.  Don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

Are you the next Didi Kuidi or AppAnnie?  Join the roster of successful companies that have been awarded at G-startup Worldwide.We’ve worked hard to get you the best judges in China to help the regional finalist take their business to the next level, receive advice from seasoned investors and have the opportunity to raise capital! Are you ready to pitch your startup to China’s top VC’s and hundreds of attendees?


G-Startup Worldwide is a global startup competition held around the world to find the most innovative, early stage startups, invest $1,000,000 in them, support them with a global network and enable them to change the world.G-Startup Worldwide will be hosted at each Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC)in 2016 including Tel-Aviv, Beijing, Tokyo, Jakarta, Bangalore, Taipei and San Francisco.G-Startup Worldwide will invest $1 million into 18 companies around the world in 2016. The winner of G-Startup at GMIC Beijing will receive a $50,000 investment prize and the second place winner will receive a $20,000 investment prize. The winner will also receive a free trip to Silicon Valley to compete to become the 2016 G-Startup Worldwide Global Winner. The second place winner overall will receive an additional $120,000 winner and the Global Winner will receive an additional $250,000 investment!Our winners also gain access to the exclusive G-Network, our private network for global tech executive as well as support from our mentor network.Any eligible startup from around the world may apply.The deadline to apply for G-Startup Beijing is March 19th.

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