By Marco De Novellis | BusinessBecause | December 18, 2019
Venture capital jobs are some of the most sought-after for MBA graduates. But Anna Lee worked in the industry even before going to business school.
Anna, a Korean who studied business at undergrad in the US, had her career plan sorted. She’d taken the GMAT and was going to work in China for a few years before returning to the US for her MBA.
In Beijing, she got a job at IDG Capital, the first global investment firm to enter China. One-in-two Chinese unicorns—companies valued at over $1 billion—have been funded by IDG. But working in venture capital in China, she started seeing things she didn’t expect to.