In a matter of days, two new early-stage venture firms announced they’re making moves to the Boston-Cambridge area. The first, Procyon Ventures, has a founding partner from MIT Sloan and plans to pour money into data and analytics. A twenty-something self-proclaimed “investor by accident,” Millie Liu graduated from MIT’s School of Management in 2012, and was previously working on an algorithm startup called Twithinks. But what started as a conversation with Chinese investors about an investment in her company turned into a new venture fund, designed in part to help said investors get access to other early-stage stage startups cropping up in the U.S. tech scenes, Liu told BetaBoston. Continue reading about Liu’s company on BostonInno.
Alumna Liu, founding partner in Procyon Ventures
August 6, 2014