Investing in Early-Stage, Innovative and Disruptive Technology Companies that Have Global Potential
Co-invest into Startups leveraging exponential technologies for global impact
I’m Managing Partner at Bridge 37 Ventures. Bridge 37 is a Venture Capital firm focused on investment in innovation that revolutionizes the status quo and the people committed to creating new realities. I’m passionate about innovation and how it can positively change people’s lives. I consider that being a bridge between pioneering entrepreneurs and smart money is both a privilege and a great responsibility. I’ve been an investment professional for the last 10 years. I have invested on behalf of and represent some of the world’s most recognized business leaders. Be smart and be honest is the code on which I have built my professional relationships. I continue to manage money for great people at Bridge 37. I’ve worked in many fields, including Venture Capital, Investment Banking and Marketing and in projects both in the United States and Mexico. My functional experience has been building and managing investment pipeline, coordinating analysis and due diligence processes, as well as strategy development and implementation for Small and Medium Enterprises. I’m a UT Austin MBA, Anahuac University Economist and a Kauffman Fellow. I have a longstanding love/hate relationship with music. I play guitar and the cello not nearly as well as I would like to…
Bridge 37 is a Venture Capital firm focused on technology companies that can gain a competitive advantage in their space by placing part of the company in Mexico. B37 invests in companies with disruptive innovation, scalable business models and great management teams that can make an impact in their industry worldwide.
Gerbera Capital is an investment firm focused on small and medium size private companies operating in Mexico. The Firm pretends to take advantage of the huge financing and professionalization needs that exist in medium size companies in Mexico, specially family or foreign business, that do not have the necessary scale and lack sophistication in their administrative, operative, tax, legal and financial duties, which stops them from reaching their maximum potential.