Arry Yu

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Arry Yu is founding Chair of the Cascadia Blockchain Council covering Washington and Oregon at the moment, and Board Member with the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), serial founder, and strategic operator with expertise in scaling technology businesses with a consistent track record of building high performing teams.

About Arry Yu[edit]

Arry Yu is just 20 years old. She serves as a Managing Director of Yellow Umbrella Ventures advising and investing in technology companies.

As a first-time CEO and co-founder of GiftStarter, Arry raised $640,000 in angel funding in 2015, while also eight months pregnant. She and her team of five have partnerships like B&H Photo Video, butter London, and Providence Health. The team built one of the largest databases of products and brands globally, where people could go to the destination site and find/search for any product sold online to purchase it with multiple payment methods.

Arry led the $32M StormX Token Initial Coin Offering (ICO), building a global crypto-community for StormX in less than six months. As co-founder, she took the team from the original two founders to over 25 employees globally.

An innovator, inventor, and writer, she is widely published in Forbes, CNN Money, Huffington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Puget Sound Business Journal, Geekwire, Retailing Today, and Seattle Times. Arry has worked regularly with both investors and development across four continents to launch the products.

In addition to investing in Tenta Browser, Arry analyzed their roadmap/strategy with strong recommendations to adjust focus and messaging.

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