500 Startups

Khailee Ng

Managing Partner


Khailee Ng is a General Partner of 500 Durians, the Southeast Asian arm of Silicon Valley based venture capital firm, 500 Startups.

Based in Malaysia, Khailee has led over +100 investments in Southeast Asian tech startups, including Grab, Bukalapak, Carousel and other regional champions. Prior to this, he was the founder of Groupsmore (acquired by Groupon) and Malaysia’s largest online media company, Says.com (acquired by Media Prima). 100% of his time is dedicated to the firm and spends 30% on dea sourcing, 5% on deal execution, 15% on operations, 30% on portfolio management, 5% on realizations and 15% on investor reporting.

As every industry continues to be disrupted by new technology and evolving consumer landscapes, Khailee and 500 Startups specialize in discovering patterns of economic opportunity and investing in the entrepreneurs who will realize them. His investment activity and industry opinions are featured by Bloomberg, TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal, and Fortune, and the 50€

Startups portfolio of companies have collectively raised over $10Billion USD.

Edith Yeung



Edith Yeung, Partner, 500 Startups Greater China/500 Startups Mobile Collective Selected by Inc’s Magazine as one of the Silicon Valley investors you must know, Edith Yeung is the head of 500 Startups Greater China and partner of 500 Mobile Collective Fund. She invests in mobile, Al, machine learning education and blockchain startups, including Stellar, Nebulas, Hooked – #1 reading app for millennium, DayDayCook – #1 Asian Cooking media and platform, Fleksy (acquired by Pinterest), Human (acquired by Mapbox), AlSense, Penrose, Cryworks, Silk Labs, Piper, Apptopia, Mobile Action, Andy OS, Quickly, Powercore, Pack, Ingrain, Switch, Bento, DayDayCook, Palantir, etc.

You can also find some of her work on BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC, CBS, NPR, TechCrunch, Next Web, Mashable, Read Write Web, Fora, etc. She frequently speaks on China & Silicon Valley investment landscape.