Meyer Malka is the Founder and serves as Managing Director at Ribbit Capital. He also serves as the Board Member at Brex. He served as Advisor & Board Member at BTCJam. He serves as Member of Board of Directors at LendingHome. He is also a Board Member and Co-Founder of Lemon. After two decades of experience as an investor and serial entrepreneur, he started Heptagon Group, a broker/dealer at the age of 19. He intends to use Ribbit as an agent for change in the ossified and slow-to-change financial services category. The combination of his deep understanding of the financial services sector, the technologies that drive it, and the access to capital that Ribbit offers, are providing global entrepreneurs with the access and know-how required to create the transformative businesses of the future. He is currently the co-founder and the chairman of Lemon, an innovative wallet-in-the-cloud service that enables users to track and manage their expenses. Through that, they can become smarter and more successful consumers of financial services. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Wonga, a company that is showing banks how lending is done, by offering short-term financing with dazzling speed, convenience and flexibility. He also serves as a director of Peixe Urbano, the first and largest Latin American local commerce website. He is a Board Member at Compara Online and Credit Karma. He also served as Board Member at Youdazzle.
Kevin Colleran is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Slow Ventures. Slow manages nearly $250 million in capital financed by a group of 100+ tech industry founders, CEO's, executives as well as a select group of notable venture capital firms and endowments. At Slow, Colleran focuses on working consumer and enterprise seed stage startups and has a vast portfolio of more than 250 companies including Pinterest, Barkbox, Postmates, Nextdoor, Casper, Pillpack, Classpass, Breather, Slack, Allbirds, Robinhood, Blue Bottle Coffee, Plated, Breather, Hipcamp, Gusto, Zeel, Wag, Brandless, Everlane, Wealthfront and many more. Kevin was also previously a Venture Partner and Advisor at General Catalyst Partners and wrote a column for the Wall Street Journal (online & print) as part of their "Accelerators" section. Previously Kevin was one of the first 10 employees at Facebook Inc. having joined in early 2005 as their first advertising sales executives. He stayed at Facebook for nearly 7 years, leaving in 2012 after having become the longest tenured employee at the company other than Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin received a BA in Business Management and Marketing from Babson College.
Boris Silver is a Co-Founder and serves as President, Venture at FundersClub. Prior to starting FundersClub, he was founder and CEO of Sport Interactiva, a leading fantasy sports gaming company on Facebook (sold to Citizen Sports and acquired by Yahoo!). He was named an Ambassador of Entrepreneurship by Wharton, serves on the Board of Advisors to a venture backed technology company, and is an advisor to First Round Capital's Dorm Room Fund. Previously, he worked at Bunge, a global agribusiness, in their Commodity Trading and Risk Management program. He has been named to the Forbes 30 under 30 in Tech and to Silicon Valley's 40 under 40. Boris graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and is also an alumnus of Y Combinator.
Principal at IndieBio (https://indiebio.co/) a leading venture fund and accelerator for the life sciences. IndieBio enables scientists to build radically transformative companies.
I am an economics and mathematics major passionate about Venture Capital, BioTech, Computational Methods, and Impact Investing. Always exploring and researching data-driven instruments to analyze socio-economic and spatial phenomena.
Experienced Board Member with a demonstrated history of success in investing, travel, and tech enabled services industries. Skilled in Business Operations, Sales, Management, and Leadership. Strong business development professional with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) focused in Finance from University of Notre Dame - Mendoza College of Business.
Jeff Jordan is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz. Prior to joining a16z, Jeff was president and CEO of OpenTable, which he took public in 2009. Before OpenTable, he was president of PayPal and the SVP and GM of eBay North America. Follow him on his blog (http://jeff.a16z.com/) and on Twitter @jeff_jordan.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... San Francisco, Califo..., U.S.A.
$5100000 (Seed Round)
$1000000 (Pre Seed Round)
$2200000 (Seed Round)
$1500000 (Seed Round)
$1200000 (Seed Round)
• The Town Kitchen:
$1000000 (Seed Round)
$600000 (Seed Round)
• Milk Stork:
$9000000 (Early stage VC)
$3500000 (Early stage VC)
• Valor Water Analytics:
$1600000 (Seed Round)
San Francisco, California - San Francisco Bay Area (CA), U.S.A.
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • PropTech • Other • Hospitality (& Events) • Media • Education • Businesses Solutions • FinTech (& Financials services) • Energy • IoT (& Wearables) • Autonomous vehicles (& Cars) • Food & Beverage • GovTech • Real Estate (& Construction) • Mobile • Mobility
Most Interested In
Startups shaping the future of cities. Investing at the pre-seed & seed in a variety of verticals, including:
- Future of work
- Real estate tech
- Energy & water
- Business & fintech services
- Health & public safety
- Govt & civic tech
- Arts & recreation
Julie is a co-founder and Managing Partner of the Urban Innovation Fund. The Urban Innovation Fund is a venture capital firm that invests in transformative urban technology. It provides seed capital and regulatory expertise to entrepreneurs solving our toughest urban challenges – helping them grow into tomorrow’s most valued companies.
Previously, Julie co-founded Tumml, an urban ventures accelerator. During the last three years, Tumml has incubated 33 startups, who have raised $37M+ in funding and launched products/ services for over 2.2M people. Her work in urban entrepreneurship has been featured in numerous press outlets, including CNN, TedX, Forbes, and The San Francisco Chronicle, among others. Julie has an MBA from MIT Sloan and a BA from Stanford.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... New York City (NY) , ..., U.S.A.
• Radar Relay:
$2700000 (Seed Round)
• Welcome Homes:
$5350000 (Early stage VC)
New York City (NY) - San Francisco California - Nashville Tennessee - Boston Massachusetts - Denver Colorado - Seattle Washington - Los Angeles California - Austin Texas - Brentwood Tennessee - Boulder (CO), U.S.A.