Recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the Silicon Valley investors you must know, Edith Yeung is a venture capitalist, technology executive, and China Internet expert. As a partner at 500 Startups, the world’s most active early seed investor, Edith has invested in more than 40 mobile, AI and blockchain startups.

Edith Yeung is also the chief editor at Silicon.news – a must-read weekly funding and M&A briefing focusing on Silicon Valley and creator of the China Internet Report, an annual report on China technology trends widely popular among investors and corporate executives.

She frequently speaks on China and Silicon Valley technology and the investment landscape. She is also a frequent guest lecturer at Berkeley and Stanford and commentator on BBC, CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and Techcrunch.

Speaking topics

China Internet Trends

China’s online population is the largest in the world – and their habits are vastly different from those of U.S. internet users. Why is livestreaming so popular? Why do consumers live in super apps? In this talk, you will learn who dominates the Chinese internet, how we can expect the market to evolve, and the lessons that U.S. companies moving in can learn.
Edith Yeung customizes talks around:

  • Technology Trends
  • China Technology and Start-up Scene
  • AI
  • Blockchain
  • Autonomous vehicles
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