|Typical investment size||$50,000 - $100k|
|Typical investments in a year||1012|
|Investments made||Twitter, Facebook, Message Bus, Impermium|
|Categories of interest|
|Credentials||Accredited Investor, Qualified Purchaser|
spinner, grouper/crackle, FYI Living, Freestyle
I want to change the world.
Josh is a serial entrepreneur and early stage investor. He is the co-founding General Partner of Freestyle Capital, an early stage venture fund. He is also a co-founder and board member of The Start Project, a bay area startup incubator and the chairman and co-founder of FYI Living. Josh was the CEO and co-founder of Crackle (formerly Grouper), an Internet video community, acquired by Sony for $65 million in 2006. Until February of 2001 he was GM of AOL Time Warner's music brands' Spinner, Winamp and Shoutcast. In October 1997 he became co-founder and President of Spinner.com, a leading Internet music destination until its 1999 purchase by America Online for $320 million. From 1994 to 1996 he was Head of business and product development in Qwest/U.S. West's Multimedia Group. From 1990 to 1994 he was an executive with News Corp., working with Fox Inc. in Los Angeles and BSkyB in London. Josh obtained a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from Duke University in 1986, an M.B.A. in Marketing from Duke's FUQUA School of Business in 1990 and is currently on the Board of Fuqua’s Center for Entrepreneurship.