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Jeremy Fiance      

Managing Partner, The House Fund

Jeremy Fiance is the Berkeley startup investor, dedicated to strengthening Berkeley’s startup community and equipping Berkeley founders with the tools needed to build great businesses.

Jeremy was previously an investor at CrunchFund, Dorm Room Fund SF, and Keiretsu Forum. As an entrepreneur, Jeremy co-founded a health data science startup called Dropsense backed by Skydeck Berkeley and the Foundry @ CITRIS and actively advises several Berkeley startups.

While a student at UC Berkeley, Jeremy proved the campus’ startup potential co-launching several initiatives, including Kairos Society Berkeley and Free Ventures, that have sparked over 50 startups.

Outside of the technology and startup world, Jeremy is a black belt in Tang Soo Do, table tennis gold medalist, amateur cartoonist, live music enthusiast, and die hard Cal fan. Go Bears!

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'Start-up institute' next to UC Berkeley hopes to land students' and ...

Cal alumni Cameron Baradar and Jeremy Fiance set up shop this week in a 7,000-square-foot space across the street from UC Berkeley to support Cal students ...

The House Fund unveils Berkeley startup incubator and $2 million ...

For the past four years, he has been working with The House Fund's managing partner, Jeremy Fiance, in reaching out to the area's startup community. “There is  ...

Grads Aim To Elevate Entrepreneurship At UC Berkeley

That lack of recognition of UC Berkeley's startup generation is a situation ... Berkeley startup investor and Free Ventures partner Jeremy Fiance, attracted ...

20-somethings managing millions: How venture capital is changing ...

UC Berkeley graduate Jeremy Fiance, 25, raised $6 million to launch The ... Davidson says the shift is part of a larger “democratizing” of the startup process.

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