Grace Beauty Capital is a venture capital firm that specializes in the early stage venture capital investments, The firm invests in the digital brands, consumer goods and services and retail technology companies. It drives strategic value to entrepreneurs building the next generation of consumer companies. It is based in New York, New York and was founded in 2009.
Ken Seiff is a serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He is the founder and Managing Partner of Beanstalk Ventures, a retail technology venture fund. Prior to this he was EVP of Direct and OmniChannel at Brooks Brothers, America's oldest retailer. In 2012, Ken co-founded Simply Gum, the first premium and all natural chewing gum company. In 2009, he co-founded Poppin.com, the ''Apple Meets Staples'' of the office supplies industry. In 2005, he co-founded Diet TV, a web and cable tv channel focused on Diet and Weight Loss. In 1998, Ken founded Bluefly.com, a retailer of discounted designer clothing. And in 1991, Ken founded Pivot Rules, the first lifestyle golf clothing company to sell in the department store channel. In 1995, Ken took Pivot Rules public. Ken has also invested in a diverse array of retail companies with innovative, patented or highly differentiated products. A few of his investments include Kule.com, Brickwork, SmartSkus, Knox Payments, PredictSpring, Uncommongoods, Simply Gum and uBeam.
Jason Yeh is Co-Founder / CEO of Tape, a startup based in Venice, Ca. Previously, Jason was an investor and then EIR at the venture capital firm Greycroft Partners and earlier the Director of New Media at [MLB Advanced Media](http://www.MLB.com) leading the strategy and product development of new technologies. Before working at MLB.com, Jason began his career as a business consultant in the retail technology practice of Kurt Salmon. Jason graduated from the University of Virginia where he was an Echols Scholar with degrees in Cognitive Science, Economics, and Computer Science and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.