With Tujia now a unicorn and a half, 58.com set to pay off by Tom Marling in Financials / Deals 10 Oct 2017 Chinese classifieds giant 58.com’s (58同城, NYSE: WUBA) growth has been fuelled by some prophetic strategic investments. In addition to high-profile acquisitions like Anjuke, ChinaHR.com and Ganji, the Beijing based company has secured minority stakes in Vanke Property Management (which we reported on here), Tubatu.com (土巴兔), Wowqu.cc (窝趣), and consumer finance provider Changying Wuba. The Airbnb equivalent Tujia (途家网), continues to look like the best of these plays, with the company announcing that it has secured $300 million U.S. in investment, valuing it at a very strong $1.5 billion U.S. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. Share 58.com (58同城)Changying WubaCtripLi XiaoyangMayi.com (蚂蚁短租)Michael JinboTubatu.com (土巴兔网)Tujia (途家网)Vanke Property Management (万科物业)Wowqu.cc (窝趣) Tom Marling Tom is a PhD candidate in Chinese History at Hong Kong Baptist University, and former PR consultant in Mainland China. He joined the AIM Group in 2016 as a writer/analyst.