I am very satisfied, and therefore, I am even more looking forward to Fosun’s bright future.
We first planned a PaaS, and we have matured thinking on how to deploy our horizontal applications and industry solutions on this PaaS platform, as well as how to go about the C-end.In addition, 2C can often rely on individual entrepreneurship to build a company step by step. 2B needs a strong team in every aspect, whether it is product marketing, marketing, or service. These are two different places.
The biggest difference between 2C and 2B entrepreneurship is that 2B entrepreneurship requires a lot of experience because it involves a lot of business logic, applications and resources.For start-up companies, I suggest that a good idea is to cooperate with us as a segmented application.However, Chinese companies operate independently and often have very different needs, operating characteristics, development scale, and operating methods.
2. The capital market is heating up. Currently, enterprise-level services are still a blue ocean market.We are not like this. From 2005 to 2014, in the past 10 years, we have planned the blueprint of the entire enterprise-level service.
The core of several hurdles that are easy to encounter in enterprise-level service entrepreneurship is the product, so the product must be developed first. This product is not only to realize the function, but also to be a product that customers really like.
What is the development trend of enterprise-level services Generally speaking, many companies want to build a SaaS first, and then gradually develop into a PaaS.Since then, Shenzhen Venture Capital, Changzhou Hongtu Venture Capital, and Shanghai Yunxin, which is wholly owned by Ant Financial, have successively invested in the company in 2014.
Yonganxing currently has only 50,000 bicycles on the market, while Mobike has sold 100,000 bicycles in Guangzhou alone. Ofo currently has a total of 2.9 million bicycles on the market.Wang Xiaofeng once said in an interview with the media, "The company currently does not have a clear profit model. I hope others will give me money to survive, let us continue to develop, let us run faster than others, and then find a profit model together."
Among the seven-member board of directors of Yongan Bicycle (three of which are independent directors), Zhu Chao, senior director of the corporate development department of Zhejiang Ant Small and Micro Financial Services Group Co., Ltd., occupies a board seat. Data source: Yonganxing IPO prospectus. This is the only profitable shared bicycle company among the data released by shared bicycles. However, compared with other companies, Yonganxing’s shared bicycle business can only be regarded as a "little witch and a big enlightenment".