Chinese professional SNS sites have waken up in the wake of LinkedIn’s successful IPO. Dajie, one of the business SNS sites in China, pulls in US$ tens of millions in funding from Fidelity, New Oriental and Hotung Investment.

Founded by former Renren executive vice president and Chief Marketing Officer Wang Xiujuan in 2008 and went online in March 2009, Dajie to date has more than 6.2 million users who graduated from over 3,000 universities and colleges in China. The site is based on real name users and real business relationships, helping its users to find a job or expand their business network. Dajie promoted itself as an advanced job hunting platform for Chinese college students, claiming it has spent years exploring how to establish business relationships and business social networking.

“Dajie isn’t simply a combination of SNS and recruitment, it’s not a supplement to the traditional online employment site. And it’s not that hard to become the No.1 in Chinese online employment area.” Dajie founder Wang said so in an interview several years ago.

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