Pocket Sun Biography
(Singapore Entrepreneur, Investor, Co-Founder and Manager of ‘SoGal Ventures’)
Birthday: July 12, 1991 (Cancer)
Born In: China
Pocket Sun is a Chinese-born Singapore-based entrepreneur, investor, keynote speaker and self-professed globetrotter, who is the co-founder and manager of the multimillion-dollar business, SoGal Ventures, the first and the largest female-led millennial venture capital firm in the world that has 13 chapters worldwide. At the age of 24, she was included in the list of 'Forbes 30 Under 30' and became one of the youngest people to appear on the cover of the 'Forbes' magazine in 2016. She was named among the youngest 'LinkedIn 2015 Top Voices in VC and Entrepreneurship'. She had initially started with the networking group for women, SoGal, and later went on to establish She Power Organization (SPO) in Shanghai City, China and SheVC, which operates across Asia. She has a blog titled 'SoGal AdVentures' and has spoken at events hosted by PwC, Coca Cola, BoA Merrill Lynch, Accenture, Ogilvy & Mather, London Business School, National University of Singapore, Microsoft CEO Summit, Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit, and TEDx. While her venture capital firms are primarily focused on women, she invests in men as well because she wants to bring in diversity and balance.