Sapien Ventures featured on WSJ and The Australian for being among a handful of investment managers that have persuaded wealthy Chinese SIV investors to invest in Australian startups – and the ONLY so far to have invested this capital into Australian fin-tech companies. Read the full story here.
A new partnership formed between the Student Entrepreneur Development (SED) team at UNSW Innovations and China based VC firm 23Seed is seeing the annual UNSW Startup China program be filmed as part of a new Chinese reality TV program called “The Next Unicorn”
How can Aussies win in China? A step-by-step version of how UNSW’s Startup China Program all works by Startup88.
On December 10, Victor Jiang was on the panel of judges at The University of New South Wales’ Startup China event, where students, entrepreneurs, and academics interested in doing business in China were asked to pitch their ideas. Read the full article on Startup Daily.
Victor Jiang discusses changes to significant investor rules on Sky Business News. Changes in regulations could see up to $400 million per year of brand new money flowing into Australia, almost exclusively from China.
Victor Jiang’s Sapien Ventures speaks to Business Review Weekly with hopes to siphon the $500,000 of every $5 million significant investor visa bonds that must be invested in startups.
Victor Jiang discusses channeling China’s wealth and Silicon Valley know-how, to kick-start Australian start ups with Australian Financial Review.
Sapien Ventures have officially came into existence! This is the first post.