253 Li Jiang, How to be an Angel Investor & Win an AUDL Championship with the San Francisco Flamethrowers
The world is a funny place. Every once in awhile, you run into someone cut from the same cloth as you. Whenever you find someone like that, i recommend recording a podcast together!
My guest, Li Jiang is a venture capital specialist, angel investor, and a co-owner of the San Francisco Flamethrowers. After leaving investment banking, he moved to Silicon Valley and has amassed a portfolio of angel investments and a family of entrepreneurs to support.
As a student, Li founded a student storage and shipping company and grew it into Northwestern University’s largest student company.
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If you liked this interview, check out previous tech interviews with Robert Scoble, Andy Rachleff, and Mark Leslie.
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4/17/2020 01:32:45 am
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9/29/2020 02:42:20 am
Li's interview is quite interesting and informative and I just looked up to the Flamethrowers, it is something interesting, however I'm trying to connect with him on twitter but unfortunately his account is not active on twitter and I'm not a active user on FB. I hope to connect with him on LinkedIn.
11/10/2020 06:12:48 am
Li Jiang seems like a really popular and hardworking personality. However, I am more interested in James River Capital Inc profile. That profile shows character, strength that Li Jiang does not have.
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