Based in Los Angeles. Invests in Mobile, Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, Pharmaceuticals, ECommerce, Digital Media, General Aviation, Automotive
''Seth Berman is co-founder and General Partner at Susa Ventures, where he focuses on investments in frontier tech, logistics, marketplaces & consumer. Seth led Susa’s investments in Flexport, Pericope Data and Expanse. Prior to Susa, Seth was an active angel investor. He has invested in 100+ seed stage companies in total, and his portfolio includes Nest, Optimizely, Wish, Omio and Docker. He also served as the VP of Strategic Marketing for The Richemont Group, a publicly traded company (CFR:VX) which owns brands and e-commerce sites Cartier, Net-A-Porter.com, Mr. Porter, Montblanc, and Chloe. Seth graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a bachelor’s degrees in Business and Finance.''
Ryan is the co-founder and managing partner of Venture51. He began his career working for a private family office managing investments across North America. In 2004, he co-founded a media company that had an innovative approach to delivering online video content. In 2008, Ryan co-founded Republic Project (a rich media ad-tech platform), which was acquired in 2013 by DG Media Mind (Nasdaq). Ryan sits on the boards of Life360, Space Monkey, Betable, Game Golf and Urban Remedy. In his spare time he enjoys skiing, surfing, golf, poker and concerts.
Based in Los Angeles. Invests in Fin Tech, Trusted Networks, Water, Virtual Reality, Space Flight Support, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Blockchains, Deep Learning, Robotics, Human Computer Interaction
Based in Los Angeles. Invests in Consumer Internet, Enterprise Software, Mobile, Healthcare, Music, Big Data, Analytics, Face Recognition, Agriculture, Social Media, Social News
Gil Elbaz is the founder of [Factual](/organization/factual), a new information-sharing startup. He is also the co-founder of Applied Semantics (ASI), a new language that helped create [Google]. ASI helped to define and build new addressable markets with its AdSense platform and other contextual advertising products. The company formed important partnerships with key players in both internet and content spaces such as Overture (now Yahoo), Verisign, and USA Today, effectively paving the way for markets which are today measured in the billions in annual revenue. Google acquired ASI in 2003, and first-round investors reaped more than 100x return on their investment. Elbaz was appointed Engineering Director for Google Santa Monica where he focused on building up the local office, and continued to work on AdSense and other products. AdSense helped establish Google's place as a leader in the field of online advertising and in 2005, Elbaz was presented with the prestigious Founders' Award. Since leaving in 2007, true to his entrepreneurial bent, Elbaz has founded a new company whose technology will soon be revealed. In 1991, he earned his bachelor's degree from California Institute of Technology with a double major in Engineering & Applied Science and Economics, and in 2008, Elbaz was very honored to be named Young Alumni Trustee to the Caltech Board of Trustees. Active in a number of non-profit areas, Elbaz sits on the board of trustees for the X Prize Foundation. He and his wife Elyssa manage the Elbaz Family Foundation, which supports environmental and educational causes, and are involved in Los Angeles Social Ventures Partners. Committed to the open information arena, Elbaz supports organizations such as public.resource.org, and is president and founder of the CommonCrawl Foundation, dedicated to helping democratize access to web information.