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On March 31st, Jackey Wang – (VC/Entrepreneur) Co-founded AppWorks the largest and the most successful accelerator in Taiwan, will share the idea of how to present an attractive pitching speech to VC. Meanwhile, James, the CEO of Jaunt China, will share his perspective of investment. 如何出色地向VC完成一场路演？ 3月31日，500 Startups Venture合伙人王俞又Jackey（公司管理超过3.5亿美元的资产规模）与Jaunt中国CEO方淦James（曾任职于微软、东方梦工厂、NBA中国等国际知名企业）来榕与你分享创业心得！
毕业于加州伯克利大学，曾任职于微软、Atmel等知名国际企业。因为有心为台湾的新创产业环境贡献一己之力，共同创办之初创投（appWorks，为台湾最成功的企业加速器）。以世界顶尖的硅谷经验为本，带领瑞策国际（Wantoto）及Tickle Labs, Inc. 发展引领行动医疗系统及创新程式教育，志在以创意、科技与永续商业模式解决生活中的问题。现为500 Startups Venture在台合伙人，该公司是一家全球风险投资种子基金，旗下拥有一系列创业公司，总部设在硅谷，超过3.5亿美元的资产管理规模。
Jackey Wang – (VC/Entrepreneur) Co-founded AppWorks the largest and the most successful accelerator in Taiwan, showing her aspiration to develop a better startup ecosystem. Her diverse professional and startup experience helps her connect with entrepreneurs, because she understands the challenges founders face and can help them along the way. Jackey is also a partner at 500 Startups which is a global venture capital seed fund with a network of startup programs headquartered in Silicon Valley with over $350M AUM.
Since August, 2016, James Fong has been appointed as the CEO of Jaunt China, heading up Jaunt VR’s operation in Greater China. He knows entertainment, sports as well as hi-tech well with more than 20 years of leadership and management experience in these industries.
Before working at Jaunt China, James Fong was the CEO of Oriental DreamWorks. During his tenure, Kung Fu Panda 3, produced by Oriental DreamWorks, became the first animated film co-production with an American company in China.Previously, his contribution to the development of seller service and advertising of Amazon China, has attracted thousands of Chinese online retailers to the largest global internet-based retailer in the world.
From 2007 to 2010, James Fong served as the Managing Director of NBA China, responsible for performance venue and the development of NBA league game.
Before 2007, as the Managing Director of Microsoft China, James Fong was in charge of 165 million investment funds of Microsoft in China, as well as sales and promotion in 32 cities among 17 provinces.Earlier in his career, James Fong had been a U.S. Air Force captain.
Education: Purdue University BSAAE, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; university of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School, MBA