Investor Connect – Jason Cahill of McCune Capital

Investor Connect – Jason Cahill of McCune Capital

February 26, 2019 by investor

Jason Cahill of McCune Capital

Hall is joined by Jason Cahill of McCune Capital. We kick off this episode learning about Jason’s background before he got into early stage investing and what led him there. Jason is an army veteran and he spent seven years of active duty from 1997 to 2004. Thematically as an investor, Jason looks at inefficient markets, but really inefficiency followed him throughout his career in the military. He felt it was inefficient people getting humans to be more efficient, more effective motivation and workforce management. Jason left the military in 2004 and became a consultant in and around the DC metro area. In 2012 he got his MBA, started a company, sold the company and has been investing ever since.

In this episode, Jason offers early stage investors advice based on his experience. He believes being very deliberate about what you invest in and why you invest in that is an important factor.

About Jason- Founded McCune Capital, focused on seed-stage companies in inefficient industries.

About McCune Capital- We invest in entrepreneurs who build tomorrow’s infrastructure, transportation, clean energy, and agtech

You can find McCune Capital at
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