The third episode will be aired live on July 9, 7pm SGT.
KrASIA’s Venture Matters TV seeks out the thought leaders to provide their opinions and insights, addressing topics of interest within the Asian ecosystem.
The 2nd episode with Paul Santos, Managing Partner at Wavemaker Partners, highlighted the importance of Singapore for investors. “We generally believe there will be global champions coming out of Southeast Asia,” he told host Robyn Tan who asked him about the perspectives for the region. “It’s a gold mine of opportunities because there are so many problems to solve.” Watch the full webinar here.
Our next VM TV guest is no stranger to investing in innovative companies within the China and SEA ecosystem—we’re pleased to announce the 3rd Episode of VM TV with Patrick Cheung from ZWC Partners!
Venture Matters TV Third Session: Patrick Cheung, Founding & Managing Partner at ZWC Partners
Date: 9 July 2020, Thursday
Time: 19:00-19:30 (GMT +8)
Livestream for VM TV Episode 3
Areas of Focus:
1. Besides capital, what insights and value can a Chinese VC offer a SEA startup?
2. With 10 unicorns in their portfolio, what’s ZWC’s winning investment approach to spot successful startups?
3. Battle of the SEA superapps: thoughts on their differentiation and how they influence the ecosystem?
4. Thoughts on “Copy from China” – an effective model or just a buzzword?
About Patrick Cheung
Founding and Managing Partner of ZWC Partners
Patrick is a serial entrepreneur with over 20+ years of experience in investment. Patrick is the founding partner of ZWC Partners, whose impressive portfolio include TanTan, VIPKid, 58 Finance, etc. His prior businesses include UR Photo and OOH Network. Patrick graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1999, and part of the China CEO Renewal Program at Harvard Business School from 2017 to 2020.
About ZWC Partners
Founded in 2015, ZWC Partners (ZWC), is a dual-currency fund platform focusing on early stage and long term investments. The fund’s Assets Under Management (AUM) to date has exceeded one billion US dollars, covering nearly 10 unicorn companies. ZWC provides capital support and value-added services for China and Southeast Asia’s innovative companies across consumer technology, corporate services, and industry Internet sectors.
ZWC investment portfolio includes Tantan, 4paradigm, Global Scanner, Yunhu Health, Dian, Zhipin, Baletu, Souche, Shuhe Group, Leyantech, etc. Other investments from their related companies include VIPKID, Yitu Technology, Mobike, JD Finance, Miaopai, Wattpad, Rootcloud, etc.
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