On this episode of Investor Connect, Hall welcomes Kate Mitselmakher, CEO and General Partner at Bloccelerate VC.
Bloccelerate VC is a platform for blockchain products and services to actualize their true potential, providing them with world-class mentoring, go-to-market solutions, access to peers, developers pool, academic evaluation and research, access to markets, regulatory compliance, and funding necessary for them to succeed.
Prior to starting Bloccelerate, Kate spent 10 years with global market research leader Gartner, where she supported CIOs of Fortune 500 enterprises, mentored enterprise software startups, and advised venture capital and private equity firms. Kate is a renowned public speaker at global gatherings such as the World Economic Forum in Davos. She has also been featured on Forbes, GeekWire, and other publications as the leading investor in this space. Kate graduated with honors from Harvard University.
Kate shares with Hall what excites her now and advises startups and investors. She discusses some of the challenges they face and the state of startup investing.
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