Mayank Yadav Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Investments
  • 1
  • Exits
  • 1
Exits

Mayank Yadav General Information

Description

Mr. Mayank Yadav is an Angel Investor. Mayank is a Product Manager for growth at Handy in New York which is an online platform (web and mobile) for booking trusted professionals for households. He is leading product initiatives to drive Handy's growth globally. He is passionate about two sided marketplaces and has worked on building products for both demand and supply sides.He was previously at Uber working as a Product Manger for their riders team, where he was building features for iOS and Android apps to improve their rider's experience using extensive data analysis. Prior to Uber, he worked at eBay in California as a Product Manager for expanding products in the UK.Mayank holds a Master Degree from Columbia University, New York and is an advisor to a London based on-demand startup Spyn.

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Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)

Mayank Yadav Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
0000 000000000000 09-Dec-2014 00000 (00000 Application Software Out of Business
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Mayank Yadav Exits (1)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
0000 000000000000 13-Feb-2018 000 00 00000000
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Mayank Yadav Team (1)

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Mayank Yadav Angel Investor
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