Jinho Lee is passionate about innovation in technology and how it applies to business.
He started his career as an Instructor at the University of British Columbia in the 1990’s which led him to PC E-Phone where he invented the world’s first laptop, cellphone, PDA all in one device working with notable companies like Microsoft and Qualcomm taking his first company public in 2000.
He left there to invent a telephone gateway over the public internet for Interworld Telecommunications working alongside Intel, Yahoo – Japan and Orange in England. Most recently, He is the Professor and Institute for startup KAIST at Korean Advanced Institute of Technology (KAIST) helping students and professors Startups succeed globally, more specifically to secure the next round funding from idea to product to public offering.
As a mentor to entrepreneurs, He finds himself spending his free time with students and faculties to better understand their goals and dreams to expand their ideas globally.