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January 19, 2016

8 out of 10 asia's biggest billion dollar consumer internet start ups are chinese

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80% Asian Consumer Internet Start Ups are Chinese and rest from India

























8 out of 10   Asia's biggest consumer Internet start ups, with over 1 billion USD valuation   are from China  and the rest from India

No 3 : Didi Kuaidi :Apart from Xiaomi and China Internet Plus .. China has its own equivalent of uber and ola. Didi Kuaidi  which is ranked 3rd biggest consumer internet start up in Asia is a company made up of China's two largest taxi-hailing firms- Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache as result of a merger in Feb. 2015.

No 4: Flipkart is India's biggest ecommerce marketplace and  the country's biggest unicorn, which is currently valued at over $15billion

No 5: Asia's 5 largest Unicorn is chinese peer to peer lending Lufax  which us valued more than $19billion recently.Lufax was   launched in 2012  and the company is a  part of Pi.ng An Insurance group ,which is  china's  largest insurer by asset

No 6 : Asia's 6th largest start up is  chinese technology company DJI  valued in excess of $8 billion . DJI manufactures commercial and recreational unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for aerial photography and videos

No 7 : Zhong An Online is among the first insurance company in china to sell all kinds of insurance policy as well as handle claims online .Zhong On is valued over $8 billion and it is  China’s first truly digital insurer.Ranked 7th as Asia's biggest start up across consumer Internet space

No 8. :Ola Cabs is India's  cab booking along with aggregation  service is ranked 8th biggest asian  consumer Internet unicorn .Ola's currently valuation  is  $5  billion

No 9 :Snapdeal  is India's 2nd largest e commerce marketplace after flipkart, and valued over $5billion

No 10 :UCar provides a chauffeured car service in China, located at Tianjin china and founded in 2014. Ucar  is valued currently at  $3.4 billion




With the exception of British Airways, the European brands in the table have seen minimal growth or a decline in their brand values. Iberia has been the worst affected, its brand value has fallen 23% to $951m. Southwest Airlines achieved a 52% growth in brand value Airlines 50 Sector Analysis – Airlines after a strong financial year and American Airlines’ brand value soared 39% to $3,649m, moving it up to 5th place