Corporation China Venture Capital Services.
Corporation China offers a venture capital service through Yingke Matrix Venture Capital.
Corporatation China offers a venture capital service through Yingke Matrix Venture Capital advises and finds investment into companies creating innovative technology, service, F&B, and High tech industries and innovations that are the key to making economies more efficient, companies more sustainable, and the world a healthier place to live.
Venture & Growth.
The startup Yingke Matrix supports normal specialize in developing advanced materials and manufacturing; industrial digitization; AI and IoT solutions; technologies, clean energy, and products to accelerate carbon neutrality. Our portfolio of companies in this space spans the world, from Asia to America to Europe.
Find out more about our Venture Capital Services.
Our team and partners have more than 45 years combined experience in R&D, venture capital, company formation, financing, and business development. With a deep knowledge of international business, Corporate culture, communities of talent, and government policies in China and across continents, our team has become a valued partner for corporate investors seeking the best opportunities.
China’s venture capital investments.
“China’s startup machine kicked back into gear. In fact, venture capital investments in China reached $130.6 billion for 2021, according to the research firm Preqin. That set a new record for the country — about 50% higher than the $86.7 billion total the year before” Bloomberg.
In addition, as investors with the top investment funds in China, we provide hands-on expertise that enables entrepreneurs to develop, prove and scale their business innovations in an increasingly competitive market, driving best-in-class innovations with well seasoned, visionary entrepreneurs and like-minded corporate partners.
Our multiple venture capital funds are backed by financial as well as corporate investment partners. Our growing portfolio of companies is making a significant impact on a variety of industries, including 5G, healthcare, hydrogen economy, sustainability consumer electronics, smart city technology, health care, health care supplements, and digital industries.
Corporation China & Yingke Matrix Venture Capital.
Committed to connecting promising entrepreneurs and seasoned investors, Yingke Matrix is the proud sponsor of the Exclusive Executive Society, a not-for-profit organization that hosts a monthly Innovation China Conference for entrepreneurs, investors, and multinational company.
China ripe for international startups.
With the second-largest GDP closely following the USA, China is a rapidly growing market for both producing and consumer technology. China already far leads the world in internet users, and with internet penetration just above 55%, there is massive growth still to come. China is no longer just a follower, it is creating many of the most compelling opportunities and a enormus proportion of the world’s startup giants.
Yingke Matrix Venture Capital provides the necessary vehicle.
However, access to the China market is stil difficult for many international startups and investors. Yingke Matrix Venture Capital provides a vehicle for financial exposure to the most important emerging technology markets in the world as well as an extensive pipeline of pre-screened and de-risked later stage investment opportunities that are made available exclusively to the Fund’s limited partners.
Bloomburg – China Venture Funding Hits Record $131 Billion.
Why foreign investors should register their companies in China in 2022.
China’s Fortune Global 500 companies rise to 143, surpassing the USA.
FINANCIAL GLOBAL NEWS
Chinese companies have thronged the 2021 Fortune Global 500 list amid steady economic fundamentals and healthy business growth in the country.
A total of 143 Chinese companies made it to the Global 500 list this year, surpassing runner-up United States for the second consecutive year.
China had more Fortune Global 500 companies than the United States for the first time in 2020, with 133 firms on the list.
The State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) moved up to the second spot this year, ranking only after U.S. retail giant Walmart.
The strong performance indicates that China has maintained a robust economic growth while businesses are growing healthily, noted Pan Helin, an expert in economics at Zhongnan University of Economics and Law.
This year, the newcomers include more private companies, as well as those operating in the internet, medicine and manufacturing industries.
This demonstrates that the optimization of the economic structure is in a virtuous cycle, and the country’s high-quality development has taken solid steps.
China’s market size and growth potential.
Although China’s economic growth rate is slowing after years of breakneck expansion, the size of its economy dwarfs almost all others, be they developed or developing. Simply put, foreign companies cannot afford to ignore the world’s second largest economy.
In 2021, China’s GDP grew by 8.1 percent to reach US$18 trillion. With this growth, China’s economy surpassed that of the entire 27-country European Union, which stood at US$15.73 trillion.
Already the world’s second largest national economy, China’s economy is not done growing either. With a population of 1.4 billion, China’s GDP per capita was US$12,551 in 2021, about six times lower than that of the US.
While China is not guaranteed to eventually achieve GDP per capita on par with the US, the gap shows that there is still significant room for economic activity and household wealth to continue to grow before leveling off at a saturation point.
The British Consultancy Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) projects China’s economy to continue growing at 5.7 percent per year through 2025 and then 4.7 percent to 2030, at which point it will surpass the US to become the world’s largest economy. Although these growth rates are slower than in the past, they come from a higher base and reflect China’s transition towards becoming a high-income country.
China’s human resources and infrastructure, fertile soil for foreign investors.
China continues to offer a unique and irreplaceable environment for manufacturing, with its vast labor pool, high quality infrastructure, and other advantages. While much has been made of rising labor costs in China, these costs are often offset by factors such as worker productivity, reliable logistics, and ease of in-country sourcing.
For example, in 2020, the average hourly cost for labor in the manufacturing sector was US$6.50 in China, compared to US$4.82 in Mexico and US$2.99 in Vietnam, two popular alternatives for manufacturing. However, while Vietnam’s labor costs in manufacturing are less than half of China’s, Vietnam’s productivity per worker is about one-third of productivity levels in China.
Workers in China’s manufacturing sector tend to be more experienced, more educated, and better resourced than in competing countries, often making China a more cost-efficient option despite slightly higher wages.
The breadth of China’s labor pool means that the country’s human resources are highly adaptable to business needs, as companies will be able to find workers and technical specialists experienced in a wide variety of fields.
China’s innovation and emerging industries.
Once known as an economy rife with copycats and counterfeits, China-based businesses are advancing to the leading edge of innovation and experimental business models.
Companies that do not pay attention to China will not just miss out on the market, but also the country’s increasingly dynamic innovation that is beginning to influence trends worldwide.
China’s spending on research and development is equivalent to about 2.5 percent of GDP, which is far higher than other countries at similar levels of development.
This spending has contributed to the growth of dynamic and innovative business models in areas like e-commerce, fintech, and artificial intelligence that are competitive with – or even lead – advanced economies like the US.
One unique advantage for data-fueled innovation in China is the size of its internet-using population. China has close to a billion internet users, which is more than the US and EU combined. About 800 million people in China use mobile payments on a daily basis – over eight times more than the US – leading to a world-leading fintech industry.