Finding Extraordinary Opportunity in China’s Telecommunications Media and Technology Industries.
China’s BesTV reports Half-Year Profits Up 54%
- Shanghai, July 28, 2012. China Daily: China’s first listed broadcasting new media content provider BesTV announcedin July that its profits in the first half of the year reached 256 million yuan ($40.5 million), up 54 percent year on year.
CCG attends the 13th Annual China Venture Capital & Private Equity Forum
- Shenzen, June 11, 2011. China Venture Capital Research Institute: CCG Chairman Ying Wu represented China Capital Group at the 13th Annual China Venture Capital and Private Equity Forum and appeared as a panelist and industry expert with both executive management and investing experience.
CCG Chairman Ying Wu awarded the Edward F. Weston Medal by NJIT
- Newark, Novermber 11, 2011. New Jersey Institute of Technology: CCG Chairman Ying Wu is awarded the Edward F. Weston Medal for Professional Achievement from his Alma Mater, the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).
CCG Chairman Ying Wu Speaks at World Economic Forum
- Dalian, September 10-12, 2009. World Economic Forum: CCG Chairman Ying Wu spoke at the World Economic Forum on recalibrating global demand, sustaining China’s next stage of development, and encouraging innovation.
Our background in the industry provides us with strong analytical judgment when evaluating deals. Our network and reputation in the sector provides us with superior deal sourcing flow. Our many years of experience operating telecommunications and related businesses allow us to improve and assist in the successes of our portfolio companies. We follow the highest standards of ethics, accounting transparency, and corporate governance in our own practices and expect our portfolio companies to do the same.
Our partners have been managing venture private equity since 2007. We formed CCG in 2009.
We are positioned to continue and expand our practice, and we offer investors a singular approach to participate in the monumental shift of China’s economy towards technology and communications driven productivity, recreation, and innovation.
Telecommunications — The telecommunications sector includes network services, software applications, and infrastructure.
In China, three large service providers, China Telecom, China Mobile, and China Unicom, serve nearly a billion subscribers. Infrastructure consists of millions of cell towers, millions of kilometers of fiber cables, and increasingly massive arrays of computing and storage on top of layers of communications.
These state-owned giants rely on thousands of small and agile companies to supply goods and services directly to them and their subscribers in the forms of value-added services, terminal equipment, and mobile content and applications.
Media — A mass-market, the media segment encompasses social media, blogs, TV, music, newspapers, books, e-commerce, cloud-based productivity tools, advertising, gaming, entertainment, lottery, education.
Technology — In the past, China has led the world’s supply of labor-intensive manufacturing, but in a characteristic progression, the country is moving up the value chain towards technology-based services. Expect to see leadership emerging in areas such as software applications, robotics, artificial intelligence, microsystems, bio-engineering, materials, and energy management.
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