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Seattle-based entrepreneur Danni Lin, founder and CEO of Great Wine Inc., is Partner with LLC and myVinotype China LLC. In 2020, Danni forms a joint venture with Voolga skincare company and successfully launched its products in the North American market, the parent company which was successfully IPOed in China by 2021. In August 2022, Danni built an authentic Chinese ghost kitchen brand in Las Vegas, which is expected to expand to multiple locations in the next months. She brings to the partnerships not only a strong business and financial background and professional knowledge of consumer goods products, but also extensive international experience and connections, furthermore, advanced technological and analytical expertise.

Born in China, Danni was among the top 10 outstanding students in her province.  Next, she studied abroad in Canada, becoming the first Valedictorian International student in her high school and graduating with the Most Outstanding International Student award.  Upon moving to the U.S., she attended the University of Washington (Seattle, WA), where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Statistics and Mathematics and her Master of Science degree in Computational Finance and Risk Management, she serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of UW Statistics department since 2021 and was honored the distinguished alumni guest speaker for Class of 2021 graduation ceremony. She also holds the Leadership Certificate from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Danni is currently pursuing her MBA for executive degree at the Wharton Business School (University of Pennsylvania).

Academically in the field of wine and spirits, Danni has passed WSET Levels 2 and 3 and is currently pursuing Level 4.  She also holds certificates in both the American Wine Expert Study program and the Business of Wine Study program. Danni was honored as 30 under 30 in Greater Seattle Area. Tim Hanni MW (the first Master of Wine in the US) and Danni worked together to publish a popular wine book named “爱你所爱” in China. 

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