BlueRun Ventures has opened a new office in Beijing. The move follows the firm's recent additions of William Qu and Mike Ding to its China team.
BlueRun Ventures (www.brv.com), a global venture capital fund, today announced that it has opened a new office in Beijing, China. The expansion follows the firm's recent announcement of adding William Qu and Mike Ding to its China team.
“China has become a very important part of our global portfolio.” said John Malloy, Managing Partner of BlueRun Ventures. “With the opening of our Beijing office, we hope to further strengthen our entrepreneurial network and provide better support to our portfolio companies in China and globally.”
BlueRun Ventures has been active in China from 2001 as an early stage investor in the area of wireless, consumer and Internet services, media, and semiconductor. It opened its first China office in Shanghai with Jui Tan and Andrew Chen as the lead managers. Current investments include 3i Systems, APM, Availink, Innofidei, PICA, and PPlive.
About BlueRun Ventures
Launched in 1998, BlueRun Ventures is a leading early stage venture capital fund. BlueRun Ventures' proven approach is to invest globally as a single fund in best-of-breed technologies and teams with the drive and ability to build leading global companies. BlueRun Ventures is headquartered in Menlo Park, California, with offices in Beijing, Helsinki, Herzelia (Israel), Mumbai, Seoul, and Shanghai. For more information, visit www.brv.com.