Thursday, October 24th, 2019 – 7pm
San Francisco, CA
Join YCW San Francisco for a special opportunity to have dinner and casual conversation with David Cheng and Ibrahim AlSuwaidi, senior investment team members at DCM Ventures, one of the leading US/China venture capital firms with $4B in assets under management
Space is limited, please email [email protected] before 5:00pm on Tuesday October 22nd to request a seat. You will receive a confirmation email with venue/location details if you are selected. Attendees will be responsible for paying for your own food and drink (approximately $30/person).
About David Cheng
David Cheng is a Vice President at DCM, a $4B AUM cross-border VC with offices in Menlo Park, Beijing, Shanghai, and Tokyo. At DCM, David focuses on opportunities in the consumer internet, mobile applications, and Software-as-a-Service space. David is actively involved with portfolio companies such as Art19, Brigit, Coffee Meets Bagel, LARQ, Life360, Lime, Plenty, SoFi, Stockwell, Stride Health, UJET, and X.ai. David was named to the 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 in Venture Capital. Prior to DCM, David worked as a management consultant at Accenture in New York City where he focused on strategy engagements for Venture Capital, Healthcare, Financial Services, and Technology clients. Earlier on his career, David spent time working at Streeteasy (Acquired by Zillow) and Citibank.
About Ibrahim AlSuwaidi
Ibrahim AlSuwaidi is an Investment Manager at DCM, where he focuses on investments in consumer and emerging tech. Prior to joining DCM, he was a Principal at Pear Ventures, a seed and pre-seed focused fund. Earlier still, Ibrahim worked in government strategy and policy consulting and helped manage a multi-billion dollar portfolio of state-owned enterprises. A native of the UAE and Taiwan, Ibrahim is fluent in both Arabic and Mandarin Chinese. Ibrahim holds an M.B.A. from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business where he was a Siebel Scholar and Arjay Miller Scholar. He also holds an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern.