CoachUp: Find your personal trainer the way you find your Uber driver.
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Chunyu Doctor (春雨医生) is an online telemedicine platform in China. Among the telemedicine companies in China, it has the largest Internet penetration rate, and it has accumulated more than $100 million in capital. In September 2016, Cycares, the international branch of Chunyu Doctor, completed its series C venture capital fund raising round, raising $50 million, the largest round of venture funding ever achieved in the Chinese telemedicine industry.
TripAdvisor and Google Trips are battling to help you plan and book your entire travel experience – who will win in this battle between the small-sized incumbent TripAdvisor and the mega-sized disruptor Google.
With a billion people using Facebook Messenger – and Zuckerberg’s public promise that Messenger will make sure you “never have to call 1-800-FLOWERS again” – will Facebook’s newest platform prove that bots are hot… or not?
ParkWise helps drivers find parking spots without agitating local officials.
Turo, the Airbnb of autos, is well-positioned to scale more quickly than competitors to offer the best car rental experiences in the country.