James Tan is the first Singaporean founder and C-level executive of a public-listed China internet company. How was the internet scene in China like in the late 2000s? What were the challenges and opportunities he encountered as they grew from 5 to 5,000 employees, and from 1 to 200 cities? Post-listing, what are the opportunities now in China? Join us for a closed door fireside chat.
We invite James Tan, Managing Partner of Quest Ventures to discuss.
In Partnership With Quest Ventures
James Tan is managing partner of Quest Ventures, a leading venture fund for technology companies. Prior to this, James was co-founder and COO of 55tuan (NASDAQ listed), one of China’s largest e-commerce companies with an annual transaction volume near $1 billion.
Quest Ventures was the first or one of the earliest investors in today’s trailblazers such as 99.co, Burpple, Carousell, Ethis, KeyReply, Oddle.me, ShopBack, Spiking, Lenda, Vulcan Post, and Xfers.