Jason E. Klein, a visitor from the United States will visit Granada in order to take part in Alhambra Venture 2022. He will also learn about the Spanish-Andalusian entrepreneurial ecosystem.
On Grid Ventures LLC's founder and director is expected to speak at the ninth edition. Alley Watch has named him one of New York's '25 Angel Investors in NY'. Media Magazine recognized him as one the 100 most important people in the media industry.
The presentation of the American investor will be held Tuesday, July 12, at 4:20 pm. It can be viewed in person or online via streaming. He explains that we are seeking companies that can take advantage of the advances in computing, connectivity, and stand out in products and services based on location; AI/Machine Learning, markets and electronic commerce, peer-to-peer networks, network effects, crowdsourcing, and IoT connectivity among devices.
Concerning startups and projects seeking financing, it is important to note that the American investment vehicle only finances companies in the initial stage. Also known as "early-stage companies", it funds companies that have fully developed products or services. This could be because they are able to generate consistent income or have enough customers to make it profitable.
On Grid Ventures is an advisory and investment firm that focuses on high-growth media, marketing and information companies. We are particularly interested in early-stage companies using cutting-edge location technology. On Grid Ventures has more than 20 companies in its portfolio, including RapidSOS and NY Shipping Exchange, TireAgents, Seamless Documents. Shoppable is also included.
On Grid Ventures supports B2B and consumer businesses that use connectivity technologies to improve and transform clearly defined markets.
Jason E. Klein is an investor and business angel. He is also a "seasoned media CEO" and a successful business builder. Klein is a prominent figure in his business career. He is the president of Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York. Under his leadership, HBSAANY tripled and has become the largest Northeast angel investment network with over 350 members. They average between 2 million and 3 million dollars per year. He is also the president of Harvard Business School Angels Alumni Association. It has 14 chapters across 4 continents, and more than 60,000,000 dollars invested.
Klein was also a McKinsey management consulting firm. He developed growth strategies and changed the culture of media and consumer packaged goods companies. For a large television network.
Klein was the CEO of Times Mirror Magazines before he went into business. This top magazine had revenues of $300 million, and 25 titles including Golf Magazine and Popular Science.
American investor, John Field, joined the company in the role of President of the Field magazines Group