August 6, 2015
Lavu Inc. co-founder and CEO Andy Lim was only 24 and barely spoke a word of English when he moved from Taiwan to New Mexico in 2000, but now, 15 years later, he’s one of Albuquerque’s entrepreneurial success stories.
Lim and Lavu — Albuquerque’s homegrown point-of-sale software firm for restaurants — took center stage at the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce’s 98th annual meeting and luncheon on Thursday. The event, held at the Albuquerque Convention Center Downtown, included a lengthy interview with Lim by Chamber President and CEO Terri Cole, reflecting the chamber’s efforts to focus on supporting innovation and entrepreneurship as a key strategy for economic development over the next year. Read more.