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LUN Partners Group is a shanghai based investment management group that operates multiple investment vehicles, including venture capital and private equity funds. We also operate financial services firms that provide wealth management and financial advisory services.


LUN Partners Group and its funds primarily invest in cutting edge, rapidly growing high tech innovations overseas. Our distinctive approach is to help multiple portfolio companies navigate their entry into the Chinese market and collectively create an ecosystem of complementary businesses.

  • A publisher for the touch generation €10m fund round for StoryToys parent

    Touch Press has proved e-learning is not just child’s play after it raised $10 million (€9.4 million). The company was formed last year after the integration of Dublin-based StoryToys, the games division of New York company Amplify, and London-based app developer Touch Press. The lead investors are an investment vehicle backed by Emerson Collective, the […]

  • mobcast and Lun Partners Cooperation on Animation IP Fund

    On November 10, 2016, mobcast (Stock Code: 3664) released the financial report of the first three quarters of 2016 and held a statement conference in Tokyo that announced the company’s progression of Japanese animation IP acquisition program.

  • CodeSpark raises $4.1 million for games that teach kids how to code

    A Los Angeles startup called codeSpark has raised $4.1 million in seed funding for web and mobile games that teach kids how to code, even before they know how to read and write effectively.

  • Quantifeed raises US$4.5mn Series A

    Quantifeed, a leader in digital wealth management solutions in Asia, has reached a significant milestone by closing US$4.5 million in a Series A financing round. Shanghai-based PGA Venture Partners led the investment. The funds will enable Quantifeed to accelerate expansion in key markets in the Asia Pacific region, including China.

  • EdCast raises US$16mn Series B

    Online Education Platform EdCast has raised a US$16 Million in Series B Funding from GE Asset Management, SoftBank Capital, Stanford StartX Fund and PGA Venture Fund. The funds will enable EdCast to accelerate expansion in key markets in the Asia Pacific region, including China.

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