Microsoft Ventures Accelerator, a program which has accelerated 154 startups in the past two years, just debuted its fourth batch of 19 startups coming from Chinese mainland, Singapore, and Taiwan. These new companies which were handpicked from 420 applicants range from Internet finance, education, smart wearables, etc. This session of the program will last six months from Jan to July this year.

Here is the full list of these startups:

1. My Manisku Pte. Ltd.

Based in Singapore, My Manisku is the developer of TradeHero, a free app that simulates the changes in stock markets by adopting real-time information from bourses around the world.

2. Sumscope

Sumscope is focused on RMB fixed income and derivative markets, providing working platform, real-time information and data service to clients.

3. Tomoon Technology

Tomoon Technology is a consumer electronics manufacturer and optimization solution provider. The company recently released smartwatch T-Fire.

4. Yuanchuang Yitong

Yuanchuang Yitong aims to construct a cloud platform for copyright content generators and users. The company’s product portfolio includes content platform Works.info and payment service Yibi (yibi.com).

5. Dnurse Technology

Dnurse Technology is a developer of blood glucose monitoring hardware and software.

6. Waqu

Waqu is a mobile content service provider that helps users to find interesting UGC videos.

7. Hydata

Hydata is a data interactive visualization service and solution provider, which makes full use of computer graphics and image processing technology.

8. My Bank

My Bank is an online marketing platform dedicated to Internet finance services by embedding data from various sites into its mobile app, helping users to get quick access to latest financial information.

9. Duizhan

Duizhan is the developer of SegmentFault, a technical community for Chinese developers.

10. PICOOC

PICOOC is an Internet startup focused on wearables and smart home devices. It is principally engaged in research and development of smart devices, health solution plans, and operating system for smart health devices.

11. Lanmei Information Technology

Lanmei is a mobile social networking radio, which enables users to listen to and share DIY contents by combining voice, pictures and texts.

12. Yiduoyun

Yiduoyun, developer of Tizi (ladder in Chinese), is founded by Gong Haiyan, the founder of US-listed online dating service Jiayuan. It’s a full-round platform for teachers, students and parents to do all kinds of educational activities besides school hours.

13. Youjuhui 

Youjuhui is the developer of Bihang, a bitcoin purse and trading platform.

14. Luzhao Network

Luzhao Network is the developer of Super Taxi, a taxi operation platform that integrates taxi hailing services from road, telephone and Internet.

15. Run Mobile

Run Mobile is a mobile solution and value-added service provider for celebrities.

16. Wanbang Huatang

Wanbang Huatang is principally engaged in providing high-quality digital products and services to primary and middle school students as well as education groups.

17. Aike Innovation

Aike Innovation is the developer of Huodongxing, a ticket platform targeted at MICE industry of Asian and greater China region.

18. Chenfengyun Technology

Chenfengyun is the developer of Quickbird, an app that helps users to speed up online surfing speed and save data traffic by adopting latest cloud acceleration and compression technologies.

19. Canshang Taihe Advertisement

Canshang Taiheis a mobile ad solution provider, which integrates the market for apps, integration platforms, third-party monitoring institutions, and ad platforms.

image credit: Microsoft Ventures

Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at lixin@technode.com.

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