James Cameron Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Investments
  • 2
  • Portfolio
  • 2

James Cameron General Information

Description

Mr. James Cameron serves as a Partner at AirTree Ventures. He is a Co-Founder and Board Member of Bipsync. He served as Board Member at Prospa. He serves as Board Member at Athena. He served as Early Stage Investor at Accel Partners. Before starting BipSync, he spent time in the investment banking team at Morgan Stanley, focusing on the technology and media sectors. He started his career as an attorney at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, where he worked in London, Shanghai and Hong Kong and advised clients in the technology and telecommunications sectors. He holds an MBA from Stanford University and a joint LLB/BSc (Information Systems) from the University of New South Wales in Australia. He also serves as Board Member at Huddle.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • 120B Underwood Street
  • Paddington, New South Wales 2021
  • Australia

James Cameron Investments (2)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Heaps Normal 16-Nov-2020 Angel (individual) 00.00 Beverages Generating Revenue 00000 0000000
0000000 19-May-2016 0000 00000 00.000 Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue 00000 0000000
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James Cameron Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
James Cameron Angel Investor 0 0 0 Paddington, Australia
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