Richard ChiangRichard Chiang is a co-founder of Triton Management Corp, a venture capitalist firm currently managing close to US$80 million.Triton
focuses its investments in the following sectors: Networking, Communications, Semi-Conductor, Internet, Software, and Information Technology.Richard has been a valuable angel investor for various successful start-up companies for over 15 years.
Taitron Component (IPO in Nasdaq in 1995), BusLogic (acquired by Mylex in 1995 and later in 1999 to be acquired by IBM), IDX International (acquired by eGlobe in 1998), and ITeX (IPO in Nasdaq in 2000) are merely a few examples of the some 25 successful investments that Richard
has completed.At Triton
advises portfolio companies on marketing strategy, alliance strategy, and consulting services strategy and operations.He
also specializes in helping companies in the semiconductor and communications sectors to implement innovative business processes.Apart from capital injection, Richard
brings innovative ideas together and helps in providing effective networking to exceptional entrepreneurs, hence achieving long-term success.Richard began his professional career in electronics and semiconductor industries, where he held business development positions at Taiwan Lite On and UMC.During Richard's tenure at UMC, Richard was in charge of UMC's International Business Development division.Richard obtained a BS.EE degree from the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan.Richard is also a founder and Chairman of Princeton Technology Corp., Princeton Technology C&C Corp., Proware Technology Corp. and Unifosa Corp.Richard
currently is holding on the board membership of Taitron Component Inc.