Mike Walsh is the Founder and serves as General Partner at Structure Capital. Mike has designed missile defense systems, designed and sold air and water pollution control systems and was an early angel investor in Salesforce.com. After a decade of software sales and sales management, Mike successfully founded and sold an enterprise social networking company, while attending business school at Haas and Columbia University. Following the sale of Leverage, Mike focused his efforts on investing and was a first round investor in Uber. Leveraging his early investment success and love for helping early stage companies, Mike launched Structure Capital in June of 2013 and invested in 50 companies during the first year of business.
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.
Brian Pokorny serves as General Partner at SV Angel. Prior to this, he was at Airbnb, where he joined via an acquisition of DailyBooth/Batch. DailyBooth was a venture backed start-up that Brian led for 3 years as their CEO. Before this, Brian was a partner at SV Angel with David Lee and Ron Conway upon the launch of the firm. Prior to SV Angel he was a founding team member and partner at Baseline Ventures, a leading seed-stage investment firm. Before joining Baseline, Brian spent 3.5 years at Google within various positions in the Content Partnerships team and Direct Sales Organization. Before this, he had various roles within sales operations and finance at Juniper Networks, TIBCO Software, and Applied Materials. Brian graduated with a degree in Operations and Management Information Systems from Santa Clara University. Brian is an angel investor in Twitter, Square, OMGPOP (Acquired by Zynga), Tweetdeck (Acquired by Twitter), DailyBooth (Acquired by Airbnb), Milo (Acquired by eBay), Posterous (Acquired by Twitter), Chomp (Acquired by Apple), Milk (Acquired by Google), Bump, Couple, Elepath, MessageMe, and has advisory positions with Ooyala, Stitcher, and Rupture (Acquired by EA).
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.
David Mes is a Co-Founder and serves as Managing Partner at Off The Grid Ventures. He also serves as a Venture Partner at US Invest LLC. He was a Co-Founder of Arc Venture Partners and served as a Managing Partner.
We look for founders using advanced technology or unique market insight to attack high impact problems in the real world, across themes like human health, climate & sustainability, manufacturing and food & agriculture. Our investments include Full Harvest, Mammoth Biosciences, Misty Robotics, Renew Financial, Palantir and Assurex Health.
Not Interested In
Entertainment, adtech, retail/ecommerce.
VC @ Claremont Creek Ventures • Investor @palantir-technologies, @badgeville, @snappytv, @flipswap • Founder @orbit-commerce • Worked at @rre-ventures, @in-q-tel, @bina-technologies
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... Seattle Washington , ..., U.S.A.
$350000 (Seed Round)
• Katalyst Inc.:
$5000000 (Seed Round)
• Fight Camp:
$4600000 (Series A)
$4500000 (Series B)
Seattle Washington - Spokane Washington, U.S.A.
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • IT (& TMT) • Businesses Solutions • FinTech (& Financials services) • Energy • Retail (& E-Commerce) • CleanTech • A.I. (& Big Data) • HealthTech (& Fitness) • Mobile Apps • Healthcare (& Wellness) • Mobile • Nanotechnology • Online Social • Consumer
Founder at Incisive Ventures
Most Interested In
Driven resilient founders solving a big problem of personal interest with unique technology approach, hopefully creating a blue ocean.
Not Interested In
Hardware, crypto, biotech, real estate.
Martin Tobias is a Co-Founder of Upgrade Labs, where he serves as Chief Executive Officer & Board Member. He is the Founder and serves as Manager at MGT Investments. He created Kashless in September 2008. Tobias is also the founder and CEO at Tippr.com and an executive at Groupalicious. He is a Special Limited partner at Yaletown Venture Partners Inc. Tobias is a Mentor at TechStars. He is a serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist and a recognized leader in technology whose vision is to significantly drive innovation in the next decade by powerfully intersecting the tech world with the sustainable green industry. Tobias is a serial entrepreneur with credentials in Cleantech and Digital Media. He is a recognized leader in renewable energy/clean tech and is often in the press for his transition from technology to renewable energy/greentech. Tobias is a venture capitalist who has founded three companies, invested in over two dozen, taken one public and not used a drop of petroleum in his personal vehicles for over four years. Previously, Martin was the CEO of Imperium Renewables and founding CEO of Loudeye Technologies. As a former venture partner at Ignition Partners and a co-founder of the Northwest Energy Angels, he has financed and provided guidance to over two dozen technology start-ups. Martin serves on the Venture Council of Industry Ventures and is a Director of Cloudmark, IP Fabrics and Afiniti Ventures. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and Computer Science from the Oregon State University.
Investing in Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) &b... San Francisco Bay Are..., United States
• Proprio Vision:
$23000000 (Series A)
• Mist Systems:
$14400000 (Series A)
$7000000 (Series A)
• Pivot Bio:
$100000000 (Later Stage VC)
• Arkin Net:
$7000000 (Early Stage VC)
• DCVC (Data Collective):
San Francisco Bay Area (CA) - San Francisco, California - Palo Alto - Berkeley - Mountain View, United States
Software (Web Marketplace Saas..) • IT (& TMT) • AgroTech • Businesses Solutions • Web Security (& Privacy)
Partner @ DCVC (Data Collective)
Mr. Alan Cohen serves as Board Member at Reach Labs. Mr. Cohen serves as Partner at Data Collective. He serves as Board Member at Proprio, Caption Health and Kentik. He served as Chief Commercial Officer and Board Member at Illumio. He served as Chairnam at Evolv Technology. He also served as an Advisor at Netskope, 8VC, and Scale Computing. Prior to Nicira, he held executive positions at Cisco, Airespace, Tahoe Networks, IBM, U S WEST and Coopers & Lybrand. Prior to Nicira, he led the enterprise marketing organization at Cisco, a team of 300 responsible for bringing to market an associated $25 billion product portfolio. He serves as an advisor to several technology companies including MobileIron, Highfive, and Netskope. He is a frequent industry speaker and commentator whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Fortune, Re/code, and Gigaom. He has a BA from SUNY Buffalo, an MA from the School of International Service at American University and an MBA in Finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University.