Santa Clara, California-based, Innospring helps provide startups with capital, office space and mentoring, typically in exchange for an equity stake.
It’s one of Silicon Valley’s first U.S. China startup accelerator programs.
And to tell us about some new changes happening at the one-of-a-kind program, Mark Niu reports from Silicon Valley.
Dr. Wang was educated at both Tsinghua University in Beijing and Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio.
She’s been heavily involved in the entrepreneurial communities in both China and the U.S.
Mark Niu sat down with the new head of Innospring and began by asking her what she plans to do to make Innospring stand out from the competition.