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Columbia Ventures

Columbia Ventures is a private equity firm which also specializes in the venture capital investments. The firm invests in the biomedical, augmented reality, telecommunications, SaaS, manufacturing and real estate development sectors. It was founded in 1989 and is based in Vancouver, Washington.


Bobby Yazdani

Signatures Capital

Bobby Yazdani works full-time on the development and support of entrepreneurs through his venture capital firm, Signatures Capital. Drawing from nearly three decades of entrepreneurial experience in Silicon Valley, he mentors, advances and empowers entrepreneurs on their journey to build great companies. In 2014, Bobby was ranked #1 out of 2000 angel investors in a report by CB Insights as having the most successful track record for investing in companies that received follow-on funding. Bobby made his first angel investment in 1989 in medical technology company Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI), where, in addition to providing capital, he wrote software to enhance the accuracy of the company’s early neonatal pulse oximeters. In 1997 Bobby founded Saba, taking the company public in 2000. Today, Saba is the leading provider of Human Capital Development & Management Solutions. Its applications are being used by over 30 million people from 2200 customers across 195 countries and in 37 languages worldwide. While at Saba, he was named a finalist for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Saba also earned spots on InformationWeek’s Innovation 100 list and Computerworld’s 100 Emerging Companies to Watch. Prior to Saba, Bobby worked at Oracle in various R&D roles (‘88 –‘97). Bobby has successfully mentored entrepreneurs and invested in over 100 early-stage startups including Aardvark (acq. by Google), Addepar, Atheer Labs, Baarzo (acq. by Google), BaseHealth, Bina Technologies (acq. by Roche), Bonobos, Canary, Clearspring, CleverSense (acq. by Google), Dropbox, FundersClub, Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), GuardantHealth, HomeJoy, inDinero, InstaEdu (acq. by Chegg), KeyChain Logistics, KissMetrics, Klout (acq. by Lithium Technologies), Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI), Medialets, NextBio (acq. by Illumina), Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), OpenGov, PassBan (acq. by EMC/RSA), Qwiki (acq. by Yahoo), SoundHound, SweetGreen, ThinkBig Analytics (acq. by Teradata), Uber, Wash.io, Webs.com (acq. by VistaPrint), ZenPayroll and more.Born in Tehran, Iran, Bobby completed high school in England and received a B.A. in Applied Mathematics at the University of California at Berkeley.


Catapult Ventures

Catapult Ventures is a venture capital firm based in Leicester, United Kingdom. The firm was founded in 1999 and invests in the healthcare, medical devices, environment, luxury consumer brands, manufacturing and software sectors.


Delta Partners

Delta Partners is a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage technology and medical companies based in Ireland and the United Kingdom. The firm was founded in 1994 and is based in Dublin, Ireland.


Richard Wolpert

Wolpert is a Co-Founder and serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Hello Tech. He also serves as an Advisor at Jukin Media. Wolpert is also a Venture Advisor at Wonder Ventures. He also serves as Venture Advisor at Zuma Ventures. Wolpert is a Co-Founder and serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Big Monday. He serves as a Venture Partner at Amplify.LA. He also serves as Venture Advisor at Accel. He has been a pioneer in the fields of consumer digital media and entertainment for several years. He is the Founder of Chance Technologies, a technology development and investment portfolio focused on technologically driven entertainment ventures including GameSpy, GameFly, Smilebox, LookOut, Mob.ly, AdECN, Universal Audio, Zetta Systems, Digital Map Products, Intent.com and AudioMill. He served as President of Disney Online from 1996-98, where he was responsible for the business and creative strategy for the company. During his tenure, he oversaw all aspects of Disney Online's internet initiatives, including the Web's most popular family website, Disney.com, as well as the development and successful operation of The Disney Store Online, Disney's prosperous e-commerce business, and Disney's Daily Blast. From 1984-94, he founded and developed several thriving technology companies, including After Hours Software, Bit Jugglers, and Mind Over Technology, among others. Many of these companies have since successfully merged with, or were acquired by, industry giants such as Adobe Systems, Compaq/HP and RealNetworks. Richard began his career at Apple Computer in 1984, where he was involved in the early development of the Macintosh. He has taught classes at both Stanford and UCLA, and he is a Board Member for the Los Angeles Chapter of the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America, where he is the Founder of CCFA's camps. He also serves on the board of the UCLA School of Theater Film and Television and on the Board of Governors for Cedars Sinai Medical Center. Richard earned his degree in Math and Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. He also serves as Venture Partner at Amplify.LA. Wolpert is also an Angel Investor.


BioCrossroads

BioCrossroads is a venture capital firm invests in life sciences industry based in Indiana. The firm operates early-stage life sciences venture funds investing in early-stage biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic, agtech, biotech and health information technology products and platforms.


Bobby Bahram

Excelerate Health Ventures

Bobby Bahram is a Managing Partner at Excelerate Health Ventures – a seed and early-stage healthcare IT-focused fund. Mr. Bahram has more than 20 years of operational experience building and growing start-up companies and managing high-performing teams. Mr. Bahram’s experience includes serving as a director for a variety of private and public companies and playing an active role in successful spin-offs, mergers and acquisitions. His expertise encompasses development and implementation of strategies for sustainable growth for companies operating in the software, hardware, and services environment as well as navigation of complex financial, organizational, and legal issues. Mr. Bahram has held executive-level positions with a variety of technology-based start-up ventures. He was the founding CEO and served as the CFO and COO of RadarFind, a software and services company that tracked medical equipment and patients in hospitals and was acquired by TeleTracking Technologies. Mr. Bahram is a frequent speaker on entrepreneurial topics. He received an MBA from North Carolina State University with concentration in Technology Commercialization and Finance, and he holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University.


Bobby Bahram

Excelerate Health Ventures

Bobby Bahram is a Managing Partner at Excelerate Health Ventures – a seed and early-stage healthcare IT-focused fund. Mr. Bahram has more than 20 years of operational experience building and growing start-up companies and managing high-performing teams. Mr. Bahram’s experience includes serving as a director for a variety of private and public companies and playing an active role in successful spin-offs, mergers and acquisitions. His expertise encompasses development and implementation of strategies for sustainable growth for companies operating in the software, hardware, and services environment as well as navigation of complex financial, organizational, and legal issues. Mr. Bahram has held executive-level positions with a variety of technology-based start-up ventures. He was the founding CEO and served as the CFO and COO of RadarFind, a software and services company that tracked medical equipment and patients in hospitals and was acquired by TeleTracking Technologies. Mr. Bahram is a frequent speaker on entrepreneurial topics. He received an MBA from North Carolina State University with concentration in Technology Commercialization and Finance, and he holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University.


Eyal Gura

Eyal Gura is the Co-Founder and Chairman of Zebra Medical Vision, a next-generation medical imaging deep learning platform that will enable scalable diagnosis for the 1 billion people to join the middle class by 2020. Eyal is an Angel investor and venture capitalist with Pitango Venture Capital, the largest venture capital fund in the Middle East. Formerly, Co-Founder: PicScout (acquired by Getty Images); PicApp (acquired by Ybrant Digital); The Gifts Project (acquired by eBay). Adviser, WebTeb.com, the leading Arabic medical portal. Member, Advisory Board, Tmura.org. Member of the Board, Latet. Founding Member, Tovanotb.org. Eyal is a faculty member at IDC's Zell entrepreneurship program and a graduate of the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2014 Eyal was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Prior to earning his MBA from the Wharton Business school, Eyal graduated his BA with the Zell Entrepreneurship Program of IDC Herzliya, where he also Co-Founded the IEC (first entrepreneurship club in Israel) and now lectures about entrepreneurship and customer development. Gura served in the Israeli Navy Submarine Flotilla in various command positions and despite his workaholic habits, he enjoys scuba-diving , aikido and is a keen karaoke singer.


BAM Ventures

BAM Ventures is a venture capital firm. The firm is based in Los Angeles, California and was founded in 2014. It invests in the commercial, consumer, energy, media, medical and social sectors.


Whitecap Venture Partners

Whitecap Venture Partners is an early stage venture capital firm that seeks to invest across three industry verticals: food technology, medical technology, and information and communications technologies. The firm operates as the venture capital arm of Whitecastle Investments. It was established in 1989 and is based in Toronto, Ontario.


Owen Tripp

Owen Tripp is a Co-Founder and serves as the Board Member and Chief Executive Officer at Grand Rounds. He is also an angel investor. He believes that patients will achieve better healthcare outcomes through the intersection of technology, medical expertise and extraordinary patient care. Prior to Grand Rounds, Owen co-founded Reputation.com and served as its Chief Operating Officer. He holds a BA with honors from Trinity College and received an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. He was recently named an "Innovator" in the Institute for Healthcare Consumerism's 2013 Superstar Awards.


Kernel Capital

Kernel Capital is a venture capital firm based in Cork, Ireland. The firm was founded in 1999 and invests in companies operating in the software, communications, telecoms and networks, semiconductor design, chips, sensors and systems, engineering, medical devices and internet-based businesses.


Joe Caruso

Joe Caruso is the Owner of Batnam Group. For the last 20 years Joe has served as mentor, coach, and personal advisor to CEO's and entrepreneurs. In recent years, he has served as investor, advisor and active director with dozens of companies, public and private. Joe is currently a member of Launchpad Venture Group and was previously a member of Walnut Ventures, Common Angels, eCoast Angels and a principal of Brookwood Partners, all investment groups for early stage companies. He also maintains an active consulting practice dealing with structuring and negotiation of acquisitions, strategic partnerships and financings, and issues related to dispute resolution. He has served on dozens of boards over the years and is recipient of the Leadership in Private Corporate Governance award from the National Association of Corporate Directors New England Chapter. He is a graduate of Northeastern University (BSEE with honors) and the Harvard Business School (MBA) He has served as advisor to Northeastern's School of Technological Entrepreneurship, and serves as a mentor for Boston University's entrepreneurship program, the Boston TechStars program, and Mass Challenge. Previously, Joe served as interim CEO for companies in need of strategic change - running businesses ranging from 5 to 1,000 employees. Early in his career, he worked at Teradyne and Autex, Inc., and was CEO at Cyborg Corporation, a venture-funded company that was a pioneer in the use of PC's in laboratory and factory automation. He also has served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association. Former board memberships include: ACT Medical, Acumenta, Adhesive Technologies, American Fantasy Sports, Audiofile, Boston Restaurant Associates, Boston University's Photonics Center (advisory director), Coffee Connection, Colonial Mills, Common Angels, Corion, Cyborg Corporation, General Analysis, Haymarket Bank, Iconics, i2Chem, Laser Science, Metrisa, MicroE, Nimbit, Qiave Technologies, QD Vision, Quant Funds (trustee); Tytronics, Wwwhoosh, Zentox, the Turnaround Management Association (founding director, New England Chapter), the National Association of Corporate Directors (New England Chapter), the Association for Corporate Growth (New England Chapter) and WEST (Women Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology). Joe has also served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.



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