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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jonathan Wu. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jonathan Wu, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jonathan Wu. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jonathan Wu, often where they are interviewed.

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B2B Sales Strategies and Tactics with Jonathan Wu, VP of Sales and Co-founder of GrowingIO

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01:59 Introduce Jonathan Wu

02:41 About GrowingIO

05:23 Why Jonathan started the company

08:25 How Jonathan decided to take the sales role

09:50 How GrowingIO got the first client, Liepin.com 猎聘

12:50 How to train the sales team

16:13 It takes 12 months for a new sales person to be mature

17:20 How to onboard the clients and understand pain points of adoption

21:05 How to select clients

23:27 Mature Internet companies build their own data platform

26:35 It’s necessary to add services on top of the software

29:26 Classify products and services for different clients

33:12 How GrowingIO has scaled the sales team

36:08 Connect with the decision maker to close the deal

37:38 Contact Jonathan

Many thanks to our guest Jonathan Wu, host Oscar Ramos; ; producers Eva Shi; editors David and Geep; organizer Chinaccelerator; and sponsors People Squared and Himalaya. Be sure to check out our website www.chinaccelerator.com

If you like us, please give us a 5-star review and share with your friends!

Follow us on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/the-china-startup-pulse/

Email us: team@chinastartuppulse.com

Dec 20 2019 · 39mins
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Finding the Seed Investor for your Startup with with Jonathan Wu and Jim Connor

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The startup ecosystem continues to create new products and services that contribute to our productivity and quality of life.  The participating parties including research and intellectual property from universities, programs for entrepreneurs,  technologists and an established set of service providers from startup accelerators to a range of outsourcing services for everything a startup company needs to grow efficiently.  

A key driver to allow these components to produce results is the startup investor class and within that class, the provider of seed capital.  The first outside capital contribution is incredibly important giving the startup validation and working capital to continue their mission.  Today, we see a range of seed capital providers from the angel investor community and specific seed funds from the venture capital community.

Finding the Right Seed Investor

As an entrepreneur, if you have a lineage coming from several years at a brand name IPO, or you are part of the founder team with a track record of successful exits, then you have the basis to shop your company’s financing needs to venture capital funds and angel investor groups.  

If you are first time entrepreneurs with no track record in the startup world, then you are likely to find the most receptive investor audience within the angel investor community. 

The angel investor community is not a single type of investor.  There are unique aspects and preference to each angel investor and angel investor group.  

The podcast is about the mind and heart of the angel investor as Jonathan Wu, Vice President of the Sand Hill Angels, sits down to give us his perspective on seed funding, how entrepreneurs gain traction with angel investors, and avoidable mistakes entrepreneurs make.  Jonathan also provides insight into the type of mentorship an angel investor can make including his own experiences in helping startup companies to accelerate their growth.

Aug 27 2019 · 26mins
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Episode 54: Jonathan Wu '04 Stern (Risk Advisor) with cohost Melody Mendez RA in Founders Hall

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Jonathan Wu was an RA for Hayden Hall during the 2003-2004 school year.  He studied at Stern majoring in business.  Jonathan worked in different capacities within the insurance and investment industries.  He is currently a risk advisory consultant.  Jonathan credits his time as an RA for instilling leadership skills.  He continues to use these skills in the work place and local church.  Jonathan resides in New York.  When he is not advising clients on risks Jonathan enjoys exploring the city.  His hobbies include dancing!

Mar 14 2019 · 21mins
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Episode 23: Jonathan Wu + Seasonal Chinese Vegetables

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We love seasonal produce here in NYC, but sometimes that curiosity stops at our favorite ethnic restaurants where we see the same produce served year-round in the city. Chef Jonathan Wu of the Chinese-American restaurant Fung Tu talks to Lynda and Iris about seasonal Chinese vegetables, especially one that's near and dear to his heart.

Jul 13 2017 · 39mins
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Episode 4: Jonathan Wu - Chef of Fung Tu

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This week on The Line, Eli gets inside the mind of Jonathan Wu, Chef and Owner of Fung Tu in Brooklyn. Jonathan cites his mom as his greatest culinary influence, and garnering his culinary experience from his travels to Europe, he has managed to create a unique Asian dining experience, putting seasonality at the heart of his cooking.

Oct 11 2016 · 48mins
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Episode 69: Jonathan Wu, Wilson Tang, Ryan Sutton, & Jessica Tom

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Food Talk is back this week with a brand new episode as Mike Colameco welcomes Chef Jonathan Wu and Wilson Tang talking about their partnership on the new restaurant Fung Tu. With Wilson in charge of the legendary Chinatown staple, Nom Wah Tea Parlor, and Jonathan hot off fine-dining kitchens like Per Se, the duo chat about the 50-seat establishment that houses their own brand of creative and personal interpretations of American Chinese food.  Next up, Mike chats with Ryan Sutton, food critic at Eater about the highs and lows of the 2015 food scene in New York City and detailing his more recent reviews.  Author of the new book, “Food Whore,” Jessica Tom rounds out the show talking about the inspiration behind the book which is full of wit and mouth-watering cuisines, the novel offers a clever insider take on the rarefied world of New York City’s dining scene in the tradition of The Devil Wears Prada meets Kitchen Confidential.  With a fresh movie deal on the books, Jessica and Mike hash out why her generation is all about photogenic, well reviewed food.

“I wanted to write a novel that was like reading Eater or Grub Street!” [59:30]

–Jessica Tom on Food Talk

Dec 10 2015 · 1hr 3mins
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Jonathan Wu pt. 2

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Here’s the second part of my interview with Jonathan Wu, in which we discuss cooking school, Per Se, and opening a restaurant. I also ramble for much less time in the opening, which is good for everyone!

Enjoy!

https://googledrive.com/host/0B7vPP-dGVFxQcHNielpRNWhzQ00/Jonathan Wu pt. 2.mp3

Feb 17 2015 ·
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Jonathan Wu, pt. 1

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First Episode! Holy crap!

This here is the first of two parts of an interview with my friend Jonathan Wu, chef and owner of Fung Tu on the lower east side. We go through his entire work history, and thus he won’t ever need a resume again because he can just link to this episode (that’ll work, right?)  There is a long discussion about fish butchery, as well as some juicy Per Se tales. I hope you enjoy it, and stay tuned for the second part next week.
Thanks for listening!

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Jonathan Wu Pt 1 1.mp3

Feb 10 2015 ·