Bobby is a Partner at Revolution Ventures and focuses on identifying, investing in, and helping to build innovative and impactful early-stage companies. Bobby serves on the boards of Booker, Homesnap, andOrderUp (acquired by Groupon).
Prior to joining Revolution Ventures, Bobby was an Associate with Grotech Ventures, where he was active in sourcing and executing investments in software, internet, and digital media sectors. His investment experience includes Booker, HelloWallet (aquired by Morningstar), Lagrange Systems, Personal and WiserTogether.
Previously, Bobby was an Analyst with Piper Jaffray’s Technology Investment Banking group, where he executed mergers and acquisitions and capital markets transactions in alternative energy, internet, software, and semiconductor sectors. He has also worked at a number of early-stage startups, most notably as a Research Associate with Lux Research, which provides emerging technology market intelligence.
Bobby received his B.A. in Physics with a minor in Economics from Middlebury College.
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