Golden Gate Ventures's Vinnie Lauria on nurturing talent from Southeast Asia's startup scene

Golden Gate Ventures's Vinnie Lauria on nurturing talent from Southeast Asia's startup scene

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New Vinnie Lauria knows a thing or two about startups and, most importantly, exits. The American entrepreneur has brought his knowledge, skills, experience (not to mention financial backing) to Asia in the form of Golden Gate Ventures, an accelerator and seed investment firm that aims to “bridge Silicon Valley and Asia”....
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