Scott Shiao is a crypto enthusiast and the co-founder of Goodwater Capital, a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage startups. Shiao holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Prior to co-founding Goodwater Capital, Shiao was a partner at Accel Partners, where he invested in technology companies including Facebook, Dropbox, and Spotify. He also served as a co-founder of IPO-bound Tellme Networks, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2007. Shiao is a frequent speaker on the topics of entrepreneurship, venture capital, and cryptocurrency at industry conferences and events. He has also written about crypto-related topics on his Twitter account and in various publications. Shiao's contributions to the tech community have been recognized by numerous organizations including the MIT Technology Review, which named him one of the world's top innovators under the age of 35.
|Location||San Francisco Bay Area|
|Company Overview||Goodwater Capital is a venture capital firm focused on investing in consumer technology startups with a mission to support innovative entrepreneurs in making a positive impact on the world. They provide funding and guidance to founders with groundbreaking ideas in the areas of social media, e-commerce, mobile apps, and other emerging technology-driven markets. Goodwater Capital leverages their extensive network and expertise to help startups grow, scale, and succeed in their respective markets. With a vision to create meaningful change through innovation, Goodwater Capital is committed to driving forward the next generation of disruptive technology companies.|
|Sweet Spot||$2,5M (5-5M)|