Beijing-based online education company Uniquedu snapped up a 300 million RMB ($47 million USD) series B fundinground led by Shenzhen-based Qianhe Capital and former investor Fosun Kinzon Capital.

Founded in 2010, Uniquedu previously raised $20 million USD series A funding from Fosun Venture Capital in 2014. Founded as an offline education service, the company provides a MOOC platform called Kaikeba with more than 900 professional training courses on technology subjects including mobile internet, cloud computing, big data, internet marketing, internet of things, smart wearable devices, and fintech. 

Salesperson crowdsourcing platform eBroker (eDaili in Chinese) has raised 1 million USD in angel investment led by China Renaissance K2 Ventures. Shanghai-based eBroker is a salesperson crowdsourcing platform for companies that make products in the domain of finance, health and education.

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Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com