Startup Grind Chengdu 2022 is back!
After a long Covid19 break we kick off this years fireside chat with no other than the Director of International Business Development at Pegasus Tech Ventures Mrs Jessica Wu. During our fireside chat we will discuss her personal experiences as VC in Sichuan, explore the current status on the local Chengdu startup landscape and talk about common founder mistakes.
About this event
29 April | IN-PERSON EVENT
Chengdu Startup Culture Update:
Startup Grind Chengdu 2022 is Back!
After a long Covid19 break we are back to organize in-person events in Chengdu.
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With over 20 million people living in Chengdu in 2022 and strong economic growth of over 7.8% GPP p.a., Chengdu ranks among the top 3 cities to become the next Tier 1 city in China. Of course, part of this economic success is coming from the active and vibrant startup culture in Chengdu. This April we want to dive deep into the local startup culture and have invited Mrs. Jessica Wu, Director of International Business Development from Pegasus Tech Ventures to a fireside chat on stage.
Jessica Wu used to work in PayPal, a 500 Fortune payment company and Hong Kong's Top3 financial public relations agency served as the investor's relations for IPO-bound and listed companies. She has an extensive deal record with B2B, B2C, and listed companies at home and abroad, and has rich experience in international operation and unique insights into cross-border trade. Jessica is currently in charge of international business development, investors relations, and government relations in Pegasus Tech Ventures.
With over $1.5b in assets Pegasus Tech Ventures is one of the leading VCs from Silicon Valley. Jessica will tell us more about her personal insights into her personal experiences as VC, a status update on the local Chengdu startup landscape, and how entrepreneurs can avoid common mistakes in raising funds for their projects.
Do not miss this first edition of Startup Grind Chengdu after a long covid19 break on April 29th at 7pm (China Time), if you want to learn how to start your own business, find cofounders and network with like-minded people in person.