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Latest Baixing News
Nov 2, 2015
2 November 2015 Baixing to list on Neeq The classified listings website, spun out of eBay, is seeking a flotation on Chinese stock exchange National Equities Exchange and Quotations. Author: Thierry Heles, Reporter Baixing, the China-based classified listings platform spun out of e-commerce company eBay, has filed for an initial public offering on China’s National Equities Exchange and Quotations (Neeq), China Money Network reported today. This rest of this content is only accessible to Global Corporate Venturing Subscribers This content is only accessible to subscribers. If you are a subscriber,please sign in. Otherwise, if you would like to try before you buy and haven't previously taken out a free trial, you can do so below. You can also see details on subscriptions by clicking the Subscription Options button.
Baixing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Baixing founded?
Baixing was founded in 2005.
Where is Baixing's headquarters?
Baixing's headquarters is located at Shanghai.
What is Baixing's latest funding round?
Baixing's latest funding round is Series E.
How much did Baixing raise?
Baixing raised a total of $430.32M.
Who are the investors of Baixing?
Investors of Baixing include CITIC Capital, SND Financial Holdings, Shenzhen Capital Group, Baidu, Benchmark and 5 more.
Who are Baixing's competitors?
Competitors of Baixing include Craigslist.
Compare Baixing to Competitors
Vast, founded in 2005, connects buyers and sellers of cars and homes through data-driven discovery experiences. CarStory.com, the company's consumer marketplace, utilizes a data platform to understand consumer intent and match each shopper with the right vehicle. It now curates over 3.5 million unique vehicles via a network of over 6,000 participating dealerships nationwide.
iList integrates with popular web services like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, FriendFeed, and even Craigslist. Often times when users have a classified listing to post, users want their friends to be among a to know. iList aims to make it easy for users to do that through their existing social networks. Not only that, but the company also make it easy for those friends to help users promote their listing to their friends. To make sure users're getting their listing in front of as many people as possible, iList also aims to allow users to automatically post their listing to Craigslist with the click of a button.
RentHop is a website that shows apartments that are available. The company is primarily focused on NY and focuses mainly on apartments that don't charge broker fees. RentHop aims to work with landlords and property managers to assist them in renting their vacant rental properties. RentHop is free to browse and to post listings, but landlords are charged half a month's rent for every signed lease the website helps bring in.
OfferUp is a platform that aims to change how people buy and sell items. With a single snap, users can take a photo of an item and instantly circulate it to friends, followers, people nearby, people of similar interests, and local groups. With OfferUp, users can choose to know who they are dealing with, reduce the no-shows, and minimize the hassles of buying and selling.
Avito operates an online classifieds service in Russia that allows users to give away the things that have become unnecessary in the house while earning money. No fee is charged for ad placement. Avito also offers a special service for small and medium businesses called 'AVITO.ru online shop'. It was founded in 2007 and is based in Moscow, Russia.
5miles is a hyper-local mobile marketplace app, which includes services, housing, and jobs, in addition to second-hand trading. The platform offers a proprietary messaging system that keeps contact information private.
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