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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Aihuishou in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Jan 11, 2023.
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Latest Aihuishou News
Dec 10, 2021
China on Thursday ordered mobile app stores to remove 106 apps including social media platform Douban, karaoke app Changba, and phone reseller Aihuishou in the country’s last crackdown on data violations. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said in a statement that the apps failed to fix issues such as collecting too much personal data at high frequencies, and misleading users into downloading their apps. The latest app clean-up campaign is part of a broader crackdown on data abuse in China. [Reuters]
Aihuishou Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Aihuishou founded?
Aihuishou was founded in 2011.
Where is Aihuishou's headquarters?
Aihuishou's headquarters is located at No. 6 Building, 433 Songhu Road, Shanghai.
What is Aihuishou's latest funding round?
Aihuishou's latest funding round is IPO.
How much did Aihuishou raise?
Aihuishou raised a total of $1.078B.
Who are the investors of Aihuishou?
Investors of Aihuishou include JD.com, Fresh Capital, JD Logistics, Shanghai Guohe Capital, Guotai Junan Securities and 12 more.
Who are Aihuishou's competitors?
Competitors of Aihuishou include Swappie and 4 more.
Compare Aihuishou to Competitors
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Grover, formerly ByeBuy, offers an on-demand subscription alternative to gadget ownership. The company provides consumers and businesses with the option to consume the latest tech on a monthly rental basis with the advantage that they can switch or upgrade at any time, depending on their individual needs. Grover is an advocate of the Circular Economy, contributing to the reduction of technology underutilization and e-waste through product recirculation. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Berlin, Germany.
Refurbed is an online marketplace for refurbished electronics (selling renewed phones, laptops and tablets,) that are tested and renewed and are sold with a minimum 12-month warranty included.
HyperXchange is a retailer of used and refurbished electronics.
Swappie is a marketplace for buying and selling refurbished smartphones.
Reebelo is a marketplace for tech devices. It offers an e-commerce site where customers can find pre-owned technology devices, such as phones, notebooks, tablets, and gaming devices. Reebelo was founded in 2019 and is based in Singapore.
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