When was Hello TransTech founded?
Hello TransTech was founded in 2016.
Where is Hello TransTech's headquarters?
Hello TransTech's headquarters is located at West International, Unit 1, 5F, Shanghai.
What is Hello TransTech's latest funding round?
Hello TransTech's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - III.
How much did Hello TransTech raise?
Hello TransTech raised a total of $2.701B.
Who are the investors of Hello TransTech?
Investors of Hello TransTech include Ant Group, Alibaba Group, Contemporary Amperex Technology, Primavera Capital Group, Fosun International and 10 more.
Who are Hello TransTech's competitors?
Competitors of Hello TransTech include dott, Lime, Jump Bikes, Skip Scooters, Wheels Labs and 7 more.
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