In this episode we speak with Eric Rosenblum on how to think about strategies for deep tech investing. Tsingyuan Ventures is the successor fund to the TEEC Angels, a Silicon Valley angel group of graduates of China’s Tsingyua Univeristy (China’s most elite school). The TEEC Angels were early investors in Zoom (NASDAQ: ZM), Ginko BioWorks, and others. Tsingyuan Ventures is a $100M USD fund investing in disciplinary technology across enterprise, life sciences, and deep tech. Notable investments include WeRide, a leading autonomous vehicle technology startup in China, Otter.AI, an artificial intelligence live voice transcription company, the precision medicine company Mission Bio, and the no-code platform, Bubble.
This episode builds on the themes of angel investing and diligence we touched upon in our previous episode with Jason Holt.
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