We are lucky to be supported by some great advisors. Here’s more about them.
James Cameron is a partner at AirTree Ventures and a founder of Bipsync. Prior to AirTree, James was a venture capitalist at Accel Partners where he covered enterprise software, SaaS and financial technology. James spent 5 years as a corporate attorney with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Europe and China, advising technology companies and investment funds on acquisitions and capital raisings before getting his MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
David F. Eisner
David F. Eisner is an active investor, advisor and board member to numerous start-up and growth companies. He was the founder and CEO of TheMarkets.com from 2000 until its sale to McGraw-Hill in 2011. From 1992-99, he was Executive Vice President, Office of the Chairman of Jefferies & Co. during a period in which Jefferies’ market cap grew from $75 million to $1.5 billion.
Ken Fine is the Chief Customer Officer of Medallia, a leading SaaS provider of Customer Experience Management. Before Medallia, Ken was an early executive at Financial Engines, holding key roles in product and marketing. Ken is also an Angel investor in early stage technology companies and holds an MBA from Stanford University.
Russell Siegelman has spent over twenty years in business and technology as a manager, investor and director. He is currently a Lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Partner Emeritus at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, where he invested in consumer and technology related technologies and markets, including software, electronic commerce, Web services, semiconductors, mobile systems, media and telecommunications.
Dan is a co-founder and advisor at Bipsync. He holds over 12 years of entrepreneurial product leadership experience and a track record of developing web content platforms for enterprise clients. Prior to founding Bipsync, Dan founded one of the UK’s largest enterprise web platform development companies. He is a published author (A Practical Guide to Web App Success), has spoken at numerous international conferences (including SXSW) and holds a masters degree in astrophysics.