Entrepreneurship between S. Korea and Silicon Valley: My Story as a [Korean Woman] Entrepreneur [US-ATMC (EE402) Seminar]

Topic: 
Entrepreneurship between S. Korea and Silicon Valley: My Story as a [Korean Woman] Entrepreneur
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 4:30pm
Venue: 
Skilling Auditorium
Abstract / Description: 

Currently following her life's dream with LifeSite, the startup she co-founded in 2015 with a great team in Silicon Valley, YoonJin is an advocate for technology startup companies across the globe . Previously, she was a partner at Kstartup, a leading accelerator in Seoul, and she has served as advisor or angel investor in over 40 Korean startup companies. Prior to joining the startup scene, YoonJin was titled as Miss Korea, and she subsequently hosted her own TV show, other TV programs, and big media events for several years. In 2013 she was voted "Most Promising Female Entrepreneur" in Korea.

Bio:

YoonJin Chang has been an advocate for technology startups across the globe. Previously she was a partner at Kstartup, a leading accelerator in Korea with support from Google as well as other major corporate LPs. She is currently also active as an advisor, angel investor in Korean startups and a venture partner at Cherubic Ventures. Prior to joining the startup scene, YoonJin was titled as Miss Korea and subsequently hosted numerous TV shows and big events. Voted 2013 "Most Promising Female Entrepreneur" in Korea, she continues to pursue her entrepreneurship with LifeSite.