Founded in 1981 by Sir Dr David Li, The Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong (known as ‘The Friends’) has raised and managed a scholarship fund called The Prince Philip Scholarship and has been supporting numerous promising students from Hong Kong to study at Cambridge University since 1982. The Prince Philip Scholarship includes a non-means tested cash award and one Hong Kong-London economy class return air ticket will also be awarded free of means test results. Scholars may also claim, where necessary, the full costs of tuition and subsistence. In addition to the administration of the scholarship, The Friends also organise alumni social activities, mentorship program, secondary school program, charity, prominent alumni profile and more. Please refer to our two websites for more details.
Jobs in Shanghai based early stage investment firm
Founded in 2007, Xcelerate Ltd (“X”) is a Shanghai based investment firm focused on seed and early stage, typically pre-institutionally funded, fast growth ventures. X invests from its balance sheet and, as needed, additional capital from its Mentors and venture capital partners.
X is funded, owned and led by a band of active Angel investors – successful entrepreneurs, retired corporate executives and bankers, and partner level private equity professionals - who use X as the ideal platform to systematically channel their passions to help entrepreneurs and to source, evaluate, invest and build portfolio of exciting businesses. Angels are best thought of as active, helpful Mentors to portfolio firms.
We are looking for one Director, one Associate, one Analyst and several summer interns, ideally with “lifestyle” and “green” sector experiences and from candidates with dealmaking (PE, investment banking), strategy (consultancy, planning) and entrepreneurial experiences. Qualified interested candidates please email Ms Stelly Sun at firstname.lastname@example.org with full bilingual CV, cover note explaining your interest and qualifications and salary requirements. Interns will be unpaid or paid minimal stipend, other positions market rates.