In March 2019, Ramon Sanchez and Aleyda Villavicencio visited Seoul to give a workshop on entrepreneurship and impact for Lighthouse's Adventures 2019. Ramon and Aleyda work at the Harvard School of Public Health, and there, they assess the impact of publicly-traded companies and create strategies for sustainable investment portfolios.
Xcell was founded by Uri Lee in 2015, and they collaborated with Lighthouse to bring together the Adventures 2019 program. In this collaboration, Xcell participated and partially funded the Adventures Workshops and Roundtables that were held in Seoul, and Lighthouse helped Xcell connect with researchers and life sciences companies in the United States and Europe by creating content, such as the video below, and arranging a company visit to Boston to connect with the biotech industry there.
"To run an efficient team, you only need three people: a hipster, a hacker, and a hustler" – Rei Inamoto, founding partner of Inamoto & Co.