Hian Goh is a Founding Partner of Openspace Ventures (formerly NSI Ventures), a Series A venture capital fund focused on Technology and Internet companies in South East Asia. The fund has invested into 19 companies including Go-Jek, CXA, FinAccel, Topica, HaloDoc, Pathao and Love, Bonito.
Key areas of investment for Openspace Ventures include fintech, healthtech, edutech, consumer applications and cloud-based solutions. Openspace Ventures is currently investing its second fund and has US$225 million in total assets under management.
Prior to Openspace Ventures, Hian was the Founder of the Asian Food Channel (AFC), a 24 Hour food and lifestyle Pay TV network, which was acquired by Scripps Networks in 2013.
Hian began his career as an investment banker and was a founding member of the Salomon Smith Barney Technology investment banking practice in Asia, (now part of Citigroup) in 1999.
Hian graduated with a degree in Jurisprudence (Law) from Trinity College, Oxford, and an MBA from INSEAD. He is also a Reserve Officer with the Singapore Navy and is a Board Member of the Singapore Science Centre.
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