Sunny Ahn

Sunny is a Partner at Endeavour Partners. He has worked extensively with technology, media and telecommunication (TMT) service providers, device manufacturers, retailers, insurance, logistics and healthcare organizations in the US, Europe and Asia. The engagements he has led focus on future business models, innovation, transformation strategy, business ecosystem formation, customer discovery, IP strategy, sustainability, and new product development.  He has a deep understanding of consumer and enterprise purchasing behavior.

He has worked directly with Ofcom in the development of wireless directory and connectivity solutions in the UK telecommunication market as well as on public interest (healthcare, education, security, accessibility) matters involving the US International Trade Commission (ITC).  As an industry expert, Sunny has testified in front of the United States House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet on the topic of private connectivity and directory services.

Sunny has been a successful entrepreneur, strategic adviser, executive and angel investor throughout his career. Prior to joining Endeavour Partners, Sunny was a Founder and CEO of Context Connect, a secure connectivity and transactions provider, where its assets were sold to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.  He has also worked in senior consulting positions at Ernst & Young and GeoPartners Research, in key business development roles at SAS and as a software developer for the Massachusetts General Hospital.  Sunny holds three US patents in the area of private connectivity, secure transactions and mobile directory services and sits on a number of Boards including the Meeduck Educational Foundation, Silverthread, Help Women Heal and the Cambridge Meridian Group.

Sunny has held teaching and research positions at MIT, Harvard University and Yonsei University (Korea) on entrepreneurship, transformation strategy, sustainability and IP strategy. He is also a mentor for the National Science Foundation – NSF I-Corp program and the Korea Innovation Center (KIC).  He holds a Masters and Bachelors degree from Harvard University.

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