Dai Wei 戴威

Dai Wei 戴威

Founder, ofo; ofo创始人

Dai Wei is the founder and CEO of ofo shared bicycles. He is a graduate of the Guanghua School of Management in Peking University, where he served as the Chairman of the Guanghua School Student Association and was President of the Peking University Student Union. While a student at Peking University, he co-founded ofo, the world’s first dockless bike-sharing platform with a pioneering system that focuses on connecting bicycles, not manufacturing them. ofo under Dai’s leadership is committed to providing the best short-distance transportation experience for urban residents around the globe, while harnessing the benefits of a shared economy to promote green, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly economic development. Dai is a passionate supporter of education as a catalyst for eliminating poverty—his experience teaching in rural Qinghai, China for a year as a graduate student inspired him to found “Western China Athletic Development” and “Chinese Engine of Dreams”, initiatives that support education and development programs with the goal of alleviating the impact of poverty in Western China. Dai Wei has been recognized by Fortune China as a member of their “40 Under 40 Business Elite”.

戴威,ofo共享单车创始人兼CEO,毕业于北京大学光华管理学院,曾先后担任光华管理学院学生会主席和北京大学学生会主席。其创办的全球首个无桩共享单车平台ofo共享单车,秉持“不生产车,只连接车”的理念,致力于满足城市居民短途出行需求的同时,推动共享经济和环境保护发展。其热衷公益,研究生时曾于青海支教一年,并发起西部愿望教育促进会,以推动中国西部贫困地区教育发展,先后启动了“西部愿望足球计划”“希望中国引擎计划”,开启了人才教育扶贫新模式。戴威曾荣获《财富》中文版“中国40位40岁以下的商业精英”。