Sanjay Nath is a Co-founder and Managing Partner at Blume Ventures, one of
India's leading early stage Venture funds. Blume focuses on seed to Pre-Series A
stages of funding and has made over a 100 investments across its 8 year history
across multiple funds. Blume is now investing from Fund III starting 2019.
Blume has scored significant exits from 2015 through 2018, the most prominent of
which are Mettl (to Mercer Consulting), Minjar (to Nutanix), Runnr (to Zomato),
Taxiforsure (to Ola), Promptec (to Havells) and Zipdial (to Twitter). Its growing base
of emerging portfolio stars include Grey Orange Robotics, Unacademy, Servify,
Railyatri, Belong, Webengage, and Stellapps amongst others. Sanjay serves as a
board advisor on several Blume portfolio companies including Locus, Tricog, Little
Black Book (LBB), Dataweave, Yulu Bike and others.
Prior to Blume, Sanjay was an active angel investor through Mumbai Angels. His angel investments include Inmobi, LittleEye Labs (acquired by Facebook), Tonbo Imaging, Svasti Microfinance, 6Dbytes (Blendid), amongst others. Sanjayâ€™s experience spans the US and India, and ranges from management consulting (PwC and IBM Global Services), product marketing and operations (Sun Microsystems) and angel investing (thru Mumbai Angels). Early in his career, Sanjay supported the growth of Kanbay (Nasdaq IPO in â€™04), then acquired by Cap Gemini for $1.25BL in â€˜06.
Sanjay has an MBA from UCLAâ€™s Anderson Graduate School of Management and an undergraduate major in Information Systems from BITS, Pilani.
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