Seth London Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Investments
  • 1
  • Portfolio
  • 1

Seth London General Information

Description

Mr. Seth London is an Angel Investor at Seth London. He served as Managing Director at Tusk Ventures. He is a veteran of the Obama White House, two presidential campaigns, and Revolution, a Washington D.C.based venture capital firm. At Revolution, Seth conceptualized and ran the Rise of the Rest Tour - Steve Case's ambitious effort to level the playing field for startups operating in non-traditional tech ecosystems like Detroit, St. Louis, Nashville, and Pittsburgh. He developed the plan, assembled the coalition, handled the logistics, and led the team to accelerate startup community development and deploy capital in underserved regions. Seth also worked closely with Revolution's partners and executives to guide the firm's public policy engagement on issues relevant to entrepreneurs, from immigration reform to JOBS Act implementation. Seth is based in New York City and is a graduate of the George Washington University where he received the Presidential Achievement Scholarship.

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Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)

Seth London Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
000 05-Mar-2015 00000 00000 00000 Electrical Equipment Profitable 0000 000000
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Seth London Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Seth London Angel Investor 0
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