Max Schireson Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel

  • Investments
  • 1

  • Exits
  • 1


Max Schireson General Information


Mr. Max Schireson serves as an Operating Partner at Battery Ventures. He serves as Board Member at Interana and LogRocket. He also served as Board Member at Cray. He served as CEO at MongoDB. He served as President & Chief Executive Officer for his first few years with MongoDB. Prior to joining the company, he spent over seven years at MarkLogic, provider of a database for unstructured information, where he played a variety of executive roles including Chief Operating Officer. Under his leadership, MarkLogic ranked as the fourth fastest growing software company in Silicon Valley in Deloitte's 2008 Technology Fast 50. Before MarkLogic, he spent nine years at Oracle where he served as Chief Applications Architect and Vice President, ECommerce and Self Service Applications.

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Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)

Max Schireson Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
00000 24-Mar-2016 0000 00000 000 Business/Productivity Software Out of Business 000 000000000
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Max Schireson Exits (1)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
00000 24-Aug-2020 000 00 00000000
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Max Schireson Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Max Schireson Angel Investor 0 0 0 Menlo Park, CA
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