Jason Schultz

San Francisco, Ca

Jason Schultz

San Francisco, Ca

I started my first internet company in 1996 and have been doing moreless the same ever since. To date I've built, invested in, and sold more than 50 companies.

In the 1990's and early 2000's I founded a nationwide dial up internet service provider, a full service internet marketing company, an SEO firm, and became a technology partner at a hedge fund managing over $1B in assets.

In the early 2000's I founded a private tech incubator in southern California which went on to produce a small number of great startups in the web and mobile spaces.

In the mid 2000's I founded several ecommerce companies, founded or co-founded several (not widely known) consumer internet companies, and started investing in and advising startups.

I was also an initial investor and activist for FundersClub, the first crowd based Venture Capital firm. See more at FundersClub.com.

From 2010-2012 I was research assistant to Howard Rheingold of Stanford University in the writing of NetSmart: How to Thrive Online. A terrific book with helpful perspectives on technology.

I like philosophy, art, technology, sports cars, and thinking about thinking.