Connie Sheng

Founding managing partner, Nautilus Venture Partners

Connie Sheng is the founding managing partner of Nautilus Venture Partners, a Silicon Valley venture capital fund focusing on investments in the areas of AI, Big data, Smart Machines and IOT. Connie currently sits on the board of DriveScale, Tetravue, Insyte, and a few other companies. Nautilus Venture Partners has also invested in Maluumba (acquired by MSFT 2017), Voke (acquired by Intel 2016). Previously, Connie was the managing director of Global Investments at Foxconn since 2007 and involved in many investments including a few high profile ones like Invensense (IPO 2012) , Gopro (IPO 2014), Aptina (acquired by On-Semiconductor), and so on. Connie was a co-founder/SVP of Biotech Inc., a wireless technology startup company.