Neil Shen, founding partner of Sequoia Capital China, expects the outbreak to pose a big test for young companies. Photo: SCMP / Paul Yeung Neil Shen, founding partner of Sequoia Capital China, expects the outbreak to pose a big test for young companies. Photo: SCMP / Paul Yeung
Neil Shen, founding partner of Sequoia Capital China, expects the outbreak to pose a big test for young companies. Photo: SCMP / Paul Yeung

China technology

Sequoia Capital moves fundraising online as Chinese entrepreneurs and bankers remain grounded amid coronavirus

  • Nearly 30 start-ups and more than 50 venture capital firms have signed up for Sequoia’s online financing and investment matchmaking events
  • The world’s second largest economy had 63 million ‘self-employed businesses’ at the end of 2018

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Neil Shen, founding partner of Sequoia Capital China, expects the outbreak to pose a big test for young companies. Photo: SCMP / Paul Yeung Neil Shen, founding partner of Sequoia Capital China, expects the outbreak to pose a big test for young companies. Photo: SCMP / Paul Yeung
Neil Shen, founding partner of Sequoia Capital China, expects the outbreak to pose a big test for young companies. Photo: SCMP / Paul Yeung
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