Raj brings more than twenty five years of technology experience to OnePrime Capital. Prior to co-founding OnePrime Capital, Raj was a director at Intel Capital where he led investments in the mobile infrastructure sector. Immediately prior to joining Intel Capital, Raj was an investment partner at Omidyar Network, an impact investing firm where he was responsible for technology investments in emerging markets. In 2000 Raj co-founded BlueStream Ventures, a $300 million technology venture capital firm, where he was responsible for the firm’s investments in the enterprise software sector.
Prior to starting his investment career, Raj was an equity research analyst covering the enterprise software sector at RBC Capital Markets and Thomas Weisel Partners in San Francisco. Raj began his technology career as a software developer at Sun Microsystems which was followed by a stint as a senior software architect at Lucid, a venture-back software startup.
Raj holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a Master’s in Computer Science from Clemson University, and a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from BITS Pilani in India.
Sumeet brings a perspective to investing that comes from having been intimately involved with venture capital investing and technology from multiple angles – as an experienced investor, a startup executive and operator, an engineer, a strategy consultant, and an investment banker. Sumeet previously was a director at Intel Capital, co-founder and General Partner of LUMA Capital Partners and partner at Presidio Partners.
Previously, Sumeet was with Goldman Sachs & Co. where he executed on more than $3B in equity and debt financings and M&A transactions for several leading venture and private equity backed companies.
Sumeet has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from Cornell University and a MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Prior to co-founding OnePrime Capital, Marc was a vice president at Intel Corporation and a managing director of Intel Capital. At Intel Capital, Marc invested in high growth technology companies across the software, media and computing sectors. Marc served on Intel Capital’s investment committee and managed a portfolio of $500 million in investments in over 20 countries. While at Intel, Marc served as an advisory board member for the National Venture Capital Association’s Corporate Venture Group, and was Intel’s representative on the boards of numerous private technology companies. At Intel, Marc also co-founded the Intel Education Accelerator and led Intel’s investment in the Turner-Agassi Charter School Fund.
Before joining Intel, Marc was an associate at International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, where he made private equity investments in emerging markets in the infrastructure and telecommunications sectors.
Marc earned a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and also attended the ICADE School of Business in Madrid, Spain.