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.
We're the earliest investors you'll ever meet, and never pass because you're 'too early'. We embrace the pre-seed.
We are hot on Voice, Market Networks, Industrial Tech, NewSpace, and anything Frontier -- wonky enough for us to spend the time to learn and ramp up with you.
We seek founders with Deep Market Insights - you know the problem cold and the solution is bursting from you.
Not Interested In
No discovery apps. No FinTech. No consumer (except for marketplaces). No international, please.
No Seed Prime, Post Seed, Series A rounds.
Madison Parker Capital provides liquidity and growth capital to select middle-market enterprises. In addition, the firm seeks to provide attractive exit opportunities for owners and operators of middle-market enterprises and to provide divestiture opportunities for divisions of corporate parent companies that no longer reflect the company's strategic focus. Target investments include management-led buyouts, expansion financings, and recapitalizations. Madison Parker Capital is looking to invest in advanced materials & enabling technologies, business services, consumer products, retail/restaurants and manufacturing companies with $5 to $150 million in revenue, and that operate in well-defined market niches with attractive industry fundamentals. Madison Parker Capital invests in transactions ranging in size from $5 to $75 million.
Jeff Pomeranz serves as Managing Director at Right Side Capital Management. Pomeranz served as a Head of Alternative Investments at Legend Merchant Group. Previously, he was President of Hotovec, Pomeranz & Co., LLC, a boutique technology research, investment bank & wealth management firm located in San Francisco. He co-founded the firm in 1996. Prior to that, he joined Smith Barney in 1992 where he acted as a private client financial consultant. He began his career in 1991 as a senior fixed income account executive at McLaughlin, Piven & Vogel Securities. Jeff Pomeranz delivers private equity fund expertise and provides a securities industry perspective. For the past six years, he has worked for Legend Merchant Group in marketing and fundraising for the VC and hedge fund industry. Previously, he was the founder and President of a boutique investment bank and research firm. He holds Series 7, 24, 53, 63 & 65 licenses. His job is to make sure our offering appeals to investors.
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • Other • IT (& TMT) • Businesses Solutions • Hardware (& Manufacturing) • Energy • Retail (& E-Commerce) • Web Security (& Privacy) • Food & Beverage • Logistics (& Distribution) • Material Science • Aerospace (& Defense) • Mobile
Co-founder and Managing Director at Peninsula Ventures
Greg Ennis is a Co-Founder and serves as Managing Director at Peninsula Ventures. Ennis serves as Operations Advisor at Naya Ventures. He is a Board Member of Lumenetix. He previously served as an Advisor at Plastc. Ennis holds an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA and an AB in Economics and Political Science from Stanford University. Greg is also a Director and past President of the Stanford University Department of Athletics (DAPER) Investment Fund. He presently also serves as a Board Director and Observer at Net Power & Light.
Jay Katarincic is a Managing Director of Draper Triangle Ventures.
Director at Carnegie Learning, BodyMedia (Chairman), BitArmor Systems, CardioInsight, Co-eXprise & CH Mack
Former Associate at Skadden Arps and V.P. of Corporate Development for large privately-held diversified holding company
Serves on the board of the Pittsburgh Technology Council, 3RiversConnect and The Children’s Institute; previosly served on the boards of the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association and Shady Side Academy.
B.A. in Economics from the College of the Holy Cross; JD/MSIA joint degree from University of Pittsburgh School of Law and the Carnegie Mellon University Graduate School of Industrial Administration
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Experienced Business Development Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Strong business development professional with a Master of Accounting focused in International business & Accounting from Deakin University.