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Aicai (爱财集团) is a financial services company for undergraduates. Firstly, it launched Aiyoumi, an installment platform for students. In order to improve its system, the company has also built a campus brand for life services. Called Chooseway, its services include delivering take-outs, helping students print content at low prices, reviewing dissertations for minor errors, and so on. Aicai has also launched Y.Z capital to support student entrepreneurs in colleges with loans and guidance.
WeLab is a fintech platform operating in the financial services industry. The company offers mobile-based consumer financing solutions and digital banking services, utilizing proprietary risk management technology, privacy computing techniques to help customers access credit, save money, and more. WeLab primarily serves retail individuals and enterprise customers. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong.
Dashu Finance (大数金融) is an online lender of unsecured loans to small and micro enterprises.
PowerUP is a company focused on providing resources and guidance in the parenting and childcare domain. The company offers a wide range of content including parenting advice, childcare tips, and ideas for educational activities, all designed to support and enrich the family experience. PowerUP's materials cater to various aspects of family life, from health and wellness to home improvement and creative learning. It is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Qudian is a leading financial technology service company in the financial sector. The company's main service is to use its technological capabilities to empower financial institutions, helping them improve their marketing and operational efficiency, and efficiently connect their diverse financial products with all-net scenario traffic. It primarily sells to the financial industry. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Beijing, Beijing.
Lexin (NASDAQ: LX) develops online consumer finance platforms for educated young adults in China. The company operates Fenqile, an online consumer finance and e-commerce channel that offers personal installment loans, installment purchase loans, and other loan products, and Juzi Licai, an online investment platform for individual investors seeking risk-adjusted investment returns. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shenzhen, China.