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|Alma mater||University of Southern California (B.S.|
|Occupation||Venture Capitalist, investor|
|Known for||Golden Gate Ventures|
Jeffrey Paine (born Jeffrey Eric Paine) is an entrepreneur and venture capitalist. He is a General Partner at Golden Gate Ventures and a director of The Founder Institute. Since 2010, the Founder Institute in Singapore has graduated over 60 companies. He is also a director at Battle Ventures, a venture advisory firm.
In late 2011, Paine co-founded with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Vinnie Lauria and Paul Bragiel a $10 million seed venture fund to invest in early-stage technology companies in Southeast Asia. The inaugural fund drew commitments from angel investors in Silicon Valley and Asia, especially Japan. As of May 31, 2013 the firm has invested in over 13 companies.
Paine is currently an investor and advisor to Redmart, Tradegecko, Coda Payments, AtticTV, and Flutterscape/monoco and mentor at JFDI Asia, Founder Institute, and Chinaccelerator. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.
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