Thomas Melcher Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Status
  • Active
  • Professionals
  • 1
Professionals
  • Investments
  • 1
  • Exits
  • 1
Exits

Thomas Melcher General Information

Description

Mr. Thomas Melcher co-founded and served as Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Show-Score. He is a self-described "theater and software geek," who grew up doing community theater and programming minicomputers, before switching to a capella and coding at Yale. After stints with IBM and McKinsey, and with a Harvard MBA, he plunged into the internet startup scene, and was on the senior management teams of several successful companies, including CNET and MongoDB. Tom created Show-Score because even as a seasoned theater-goer, it was simply too hard to figure out which shows to see.

Contact Information

Investor Status
Actively Seeking New Investments
Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • New York, NY
  • United States

Thomas Melcher Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
000000000 05-May-2016 00000 00000 00.00 Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue 000000 0000000
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Thomas Melcher Exits (1)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
000000000 02-Oct-2019 000000000000000000
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Thomas Melcher Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Thomas Melcher Angel Investor 0 New York, NY
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