Speaking

The short version of my bio when speaking:

Andy is a startup operator turned early stage investor and advisor. He is currently an Executive Advisor to a number of scaling technology companies and a Venture Partner with multiple venture capital funds. Andy was most recently the Global Head of Startupbootcamp, where over 5 years he grew the organization from 3 to 22 international offices and 700 portfolio companies. He previously managed a family office, where in addition to investing in alternative assets he as CEO led the portfolio company ExpenseMagic to a successful acquisition. Prior to this, Andy was a Fellow at the early stage VC Seedcamp, and the head of sales, product, and marketing at a number of startups. He has a BA in Management from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and MBA from Imperial College London.


Andy is a startup operator turned early-stage investor and advisor. He is currently an Executive Advisor to a number of scaling technology companies and a Venture Partner with multiple venture capital funds.

Andy was most recently the Global Head of Startupbootcamp, which he led over 5 years to become one of the world’s most active early-stage investors with over 700 portfolio companies. During this time, he grew the organization from 3 to 22 offices across 16 countries, with 300+ staff supporting hundreds of startups and corporate partners.

Andy previously held multiple startup operating and technology commercialization roles, in addition to working with both angel and tech transfer groups. He managed a family office, where in addition to investing in alternative assets he as CEO led the portfolio company ExpenseMagic to a successful acquisition. Prior to this, Andy was a Fellow at the early stage VC Seedcamp, and the head of sales, product, and marketing at a number of startups.

Andy received his BA in Management from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and MBA from Imperial College London, where he continues to lecture on topics such as entrepreneurship, finance, and innovation.


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