forbes.com – “Although I look like I’m in my 20s, I actually speak and act like someone in his 50s,” joked Qi Junyuan, the 25-year-old founder and CEO of China start-up Teambition in a recent interview at his Zhangjiang High-Tech Science Park office in Shanghai. The statedly mature-for-his-age Qi was clad in a company t-shirt for our meeting.
Maturity seems to pay. Teambition supplies collaboration software that helps with task management, online documents, file sharing and scheduling. After starting the company in 2013, Qi received $5 million investment from International Data Group and Vangoo Capital last year. Teambition today has 100 employees, and has already published simplified and traditional Chinese, English, Korean and Japanese versions. One million projects have been managed on its software, Teambition says, though it doesn’t disclose its revenue.
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