Venture Capitalist, Allianz Ventures and Angel Investor
Min-Sung conducts global digital health investments for Allianz Ventures, the Venture Capital unit of Allianz Group, that reaches 75m customers in 80 countries worldwide. Prior to Allianz Ventures he was Partner of a Berlin-based venture capital fund that specialized in Digital Health Series A investments. Having been an entrepreneur before, he understands the challenges and difficulties of building up a company and hopes that this blog www.DigitalHealthVC.com will serve as a helpful resource for digital health tech startups in the region. Heinvested in startups including mySugr, Neuronation and Mimi and is a contributing writer for mediums including TechCrunch and Tech.EU. Min-Sung studied business economics at Witten/Herdecke, Harvard, St.Gallen and in Seoul.
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