18 Jul '12, 8am

Meng Wong, cofounder of to guest speak at Startup Grind

Meng Wong, cofounder of to guest speak at Startup Grind

Meng spent more than 15 years in Silicon Valley, Philadelphia and Vancouver. During that time, he founded two Internet dot-coms, led the SPF opensource standard to successful worldwide rollout, and learned several painful lessons about the operational aspects of early-stage entrepreneurship. His two previous ventures,pobox.com and karmasphere.com, explored the email security industry and developed reputation systems. Currently based in Singapore, Meng is also the Deputy Chairman of Business Angels’ Network South East Asia and is a volunteer contributor to Singapore Management University,A*Star, and INSEAD.

Full article: http://e27.sg/2012/07/18/july-startup-grind-with-meng-won...

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