Amy Robotics

Founded in: 2015

Founder: Bill Li

Financing status: RMB 15 million (USD 2 million) in Series A funding in 2017

Amy Robotics aims to make robots that assist people at work and at home. Amy Robotics now has two products – Amy A1 and Amy M1. The Amy A1 is a household family assistant robot which can interact with humans and work with them. The Amy M1 is a robot assistant mainly for business purposes, and it can be customized according to different needs of businesses such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers and shopping malls. Amy Robotics started in 2015, and it is based in Hangzhou. Though the company has made profits overseas, they would like to use this fund to develop new types of intelligent robots and to sell more robots in China.

Screenshot from Dehe100.com
Screenshot from Dehe100.com

Social dance network platform Wulindahui landed USD 28,000 in Angel round financing

Wulindahui

Founded in: 2016

Founder: Zhao Xing Bin

Financing status: RMB 2 million (USD 28,000) in angel round financing in 2017

Wulindahui is a social dance network platform that connects online users through dance interests. There are now 10,000 dancers and more than 1,000 dancing group leaders using this platform. Unlike other dance service providers that sell dance merchandise and produce dance videos, Wulindahui wants to help users connect first and build social relationships online, and thereafter meeting up in public squares to dance together. Apart from its dance services, Wulindahui aims to make profits from health services by introducing the health benefits of gymnastics to its users. Wulindahui will use this fund to expand its influence on various social media platforms and websites.

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Kaikai Shi
Kaikai Shi majored in Biotechnology at Zhejiang University. He now runs the Tech Financing column for AllChinaTech. His interests are in new technology and reading. Kai believes that new technology will change the world we live in, and is trying to engage himself in this process.