|Type of investor||Angel|
|Typical investment size||$250k - $500k|
|Typical investments in a year||5|
|Investments made||Tesla Motors, Location Labs, Posterous, Tweetdeck, Snaplogic, Inadco, Kelkea, Social Concepts, Peel, Glyde, Mighty Meeting, PlayHaven, LearnBoost, Appmakr, Hootsuite, Zaarly, Green Goose, A Thinking Ape, Pusher, The Kitchen, Twist, Cherry,|
(confirmed by company)
|Categories of interest|
|Credentials||Accredited Investor, Qualified Purchaser|
Bill Lee was CEO and co-founder of Remarq, a Benchmark Capital-backed collaboration company. At Remarq, Bill guided the company in its development of a complete end-to-end Internet messaging and collaboration platform. Before its acquisition by Critical Path in March 2000 for $265 million, the company developed high-volume messaging platforms for sites such as eBay, Sun, Novell, and Amazon.
Bill is an angel investor and some of his recent investments include Tesla Motors (nasdaq: TSLA), Posterous, Tweetdeck (acquired by Twitter), Kelkea (acquired by Trend Micro), Peel, Social Concepts, Playhaven (advisory board member), Appmakr (advisory board member) and Zaarly. He is also on the advisory board of i/o ventures (http://www.ventures.io) -- a San Francisco early stage startup program that focuses heavily on mentorship.
Angel investments and exits
Yammer (acquired by Salesforce, $1B)
Tesla Motors (Tesla Motors)
Tweetdeck (acquired by Twitter, $40M)