Raj Kapoor serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at Lyft. He is also the Head of Business for Lyft's self-driving division. He is the co-founder and CEO of Mayfield portfolio company fitmob, a mobile company that is re-inventing the gym through social/local workouts. He serves as board advisor at ClassPass. He also currently serves as Venture Advisor & Managing Director to Mayfield Fund. He has been working in the internet/mobile/interactive space for 21 years. He started in interactive TV at Bell Atlantic, founded the internet club at Harvard Business School, was an early employee at @Home, and later ran e-commerce services at Excite@Home. He co-founded Snapfish in 1999 as CEO and then sold the company to Hewlett Packard for $300 million. His next venture took him to Mayfield, where he invested in 12 companies including Lyft, Qunar, Red Beacon/Home Depot, and Rubicon Project.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... Lafayette New York, United States
• Aviga Systems:
• Compound Eye:
• Link Labs:
• C-III Asset Management LLC:
• i-Hatch LBS Fund, LLC:
• Soundwall, LLC:
• Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE) Ventures:
• HomeCourt (NEX Team):
• Broadway Roulette:
• Rôtisserie Georgette:
• Sweet Relish:
• Island Capital Group:
• i-Hatch Ventures:
• obé Fitness:
• Proteus Motion Inc. (formerly Boston Biomotion):
Lafayette New York, United States
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • IT (& TMT) • Education • Entertainment (& Sports)
General Partner & Co-Founder at Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE) Ventures
Chip Austin is a Co-Founder and serves as a Partner at i-Hatch Ventures. He also is an Angel Investor. He serves as the Board Member at Datasnap.io. He was a member of the senior executive team leading the buyout and restructuring of Prodigy, and was a co-founder of McKinsey's Interactive Practice. Most recently, he was President and CEO of Bertelsmann Online. Prior to Bertelsmann, he was a member of the management-led buyout of Prodigy, where he was SVP of Sales and Business Development and general manager of Prodigy's first Internet Service. Before joining Prodigy, he spent seven years at McKinsey in the Media and Interactive practices. He has a degree in Computer Science and Economics from Duke University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Nitesh Banta is a Co-Founder and serves as the Board Member and Chief Executive Officer at B12. He is also a Co-Founder and serves as an Advisor at Rough Draft Ventures. Previously, he served as an Investor at
I am a technology entrepreneur, and angel investor. My primary interest is to partner with other entrepreneurs as either co-founder, advisor, or investor, and help them build valuable companies. My main expertise has been in security, devops, and dev tools, but I am also interested in fintech and health tech.