Early Stage Investors Series: Mr. Tytus Michalski

Thu, 2021/06/24 - 13:00 to 14:00
Mr. Tytus Michalski, Managing Partner, Fresco Capital; Honorary Project Director, CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship
Online (via ZOOM)

Language: English

Looking for funding for your early stage startup? Why not consult the experts! In this Early Stage Investors Series, PI Centre will be inviting various early stage VCs to share their tips on how startups can prepare themselves for Seed and Series A funding rounds.

In the upcoming webinar, Mr. Tytus Michalski, Managing Partner of Fresco Capital and  Honorary Project Director of CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship will be sharing with us his expertise!

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About the speaker Tytus Michalski is a Managing Partner and co-founder of Fresco Capital, a global venture capital firm started in 2012 with a portfolio of more than 50 companies that includes 15 exits and a combined market value of more than US$3.5B. Previously, he was Chief Investment Officer of Equities at PMA Investment Advisors, an institutional Asia Pacific hedge fund, managing the equity funds and the equity team. He was a co-founder of PMA, which was started in 2002 and acquired in 2006 while in the process of scaling up to US$3B in assets under management. Before that, he was focused on equity investment with HSBC Asset Management in Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, and London. Tytus graduated from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia (Finance with Honours) and is a Leslie Wong Fellow alumnus of the UBC Portfolio Management Foundation. He is also a founding Board Director of the UBC Sauder Alumni Club of Hong Kong and holds the CFA designation. In his spare time, Tytus enjoys training and teaching traditional Okinawan karate as a third degree black belt.

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