07. How I Raised My First Million | Sam Chuang | Shypyard

Welcome to Asian Hustle Network's "How I Raised My First Million" Podcast where we interview founders and fund managers on how they were able to raise their first $1M in funding. We will deep dive and uncover the mindset, tips, advice, and strategies needed to successfully raise from venture capitalists and angel investors. If there are any questions within this topic that you would like us to cover, please comment in the review section and our team will incorporate these questions into our future episodes.

07. How I Raised My First Million | Sam Chuang | Shypyard

About Sam Chuang:

Sam's journey began as a software engineer in Silicon Valley. His love for building products to address genuine pain points led to the creation of Kiwi Sizing, an e-commerce plugin streamlining size charts for online clothing businesses.

Driven by a desire to make a broader impact, Sam co-founded Shypyard in 2020, aiming to provide modern, omni-channel brands with advanced planning tools for their inventory, supply, demand, and replenishment needs.

Recently securing an impressive $3M in funding led by Gradient Ventures, Shypyard is set to redefine the landscape of global commerce.

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