Tristan Pollock

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Tristan Pollock

Tristan Pollock
Born Minnesota
Residence San Francisco
Occupation Entrepreneur

Tristan Pollock' is an entrepreneur and investor based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In March 2009, Pollock co-founded Social Earth, a Minneapolis-based community for social innovation, social entrepreneurship, and thought leadership.[1] The company was acquired in March 2012 by 3BL Media.[2] He then moved to San Francisco and co-founded Storefront with Erik Eliason in June 2012; Storefront helps popup stores find short-term rentals.[3] Storefront went through the AngelPad program and raised $1.6M through 500 Startups, Sandhill Angels, and Great Oaks Venture Capital.[4] In January 2015, Pollock was named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 List.[5] By February 2015 Pollock was as an entrepreneur in residence at 500 Startups,[6][7] In 2016 Storefront was acquired by Oui Open and Pollock had become a venture partner at 500 startups.[8]

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