• The hustlers.

    We believe in really getting down in the trenches with founders and

    thus our team is composed of successful entrepreneurs, hustlers,

    engineers, and VCs. Our team has collectively founded over 20

    companies that have raised over $90M in capital and have exited 3.


    Co-Founder and Managing Partner


    Nandeet Mehta has been called “The Youngest Venture Capitalist” by Huffington Post for starting his career in Venture Capital at the young age of 18, having worked at Anthos Capital, Space Angels Network, Machine Shop Ventures, and Science Inc. In the past, he was involved with the exit of ThirdEye where he directed business development and co-created / co-lectured the “Self-Innovations Lab: Converting Academic Expertise to Industry Expertise” accredited class at UCLA. He was named to the University of California Office of the President 2016 “30 Under 30” for his work in Agricultural Innovation with his company Pyur Solutions, a company creating non-toxic biodegradable home solutions. Nandeet was also awarded as a Kairos Society Fellow for Pyur Solutions and is the most recent addition as an Executive to Kairos Society. Nandeet serves on the board of Wanderset. Mehta has also spent time at a myriad of Fortune 500 companies and startups including Lyft, T-mobile, Ubisoft, Dell and Samsung. He attended UCLA for a B.A. and was an Edison Scholar


    Co-Founder and Managing Partner


    Rajat has been called "One of the top 15 college entrepreneurs in the nation" by Forbes and he Rajat built and sold ThirdEye, a company dubbed as "Philadelphia's Top College Startup"; ThirdEye was a product that empowers visually impaired persons by verbally recognizing what they are looking at using computer vision. He is currently a contributor at Forbes and HuffPost and a Kairos Society Fellow. In the past he worked as the Interim COO of the IoT startup MainTool, was part of the Equity Crowdfunding team at Indiegogo, was a Kleiner Perkins KPCB Fellow, worked in VC at Red and Blue Ventures (Warby Parker and Jet.com), has worked as an Entrepreneur in Residence at the Wharton School, wrote a book after high school called What High School Didn’t Teach Me: A Recent Graduate’s Perspective on How High Schools are Killing Creativity, and has published first author scientific research in physics and electrical engineering. He attended the University of Pennsylvania for a BS in Economics from The Wharton School and a MS in Engineering from Penn Engineering.