Harry joined Accel in 2004 and invests in both early and late-stage Internet and software companies. He led Accel’s investments in, among others, Check24, an online price comparison service for consumer financial products in Germany; Gameforge, a developer and publisher of MMOGs; Kayak, an online search service for consumer travel; and Showroomprive, an online private sales club.
Before joining Accel, Harry was at Perry Capital, a $10 billion hedge fund, where he invested in public communications, media and technology companies. Prior to this, he was at Goldman Sachs, where he advised businesses on corporate finance and M&A transactions.
Harry spent the first decade of his career in Silicon Valley, where he founded E-motion, a venture-backed software company. He started his career at Hewlett-Packard, where he held various engineering positions.
Harry is an active member of the World Economic Forum and serves on the Selection Committee of the WEF Technology Pioneers Programme.See full list of speakers here
Adam is focused on investments in Internet and mobile services, gaming and payments. He has been an active investor in Europe and Israel for the past thirteen years. At Accel he has led investments in Dragonplay, Hailo, fiverr, Qriously, Gocardless, Abesmarket and peerTransfer, and was part of the Spotify investment team. He also represents Accel on the board of Myheritage and Seeking Alpha.
Adam was previously Global Head of Digital Media & New Business at television production company Endemol. Prior to that he was a partner at venture capital firm Arts Alliance where he was involved with a number of companies including LOVEFiLM, Kenshoo, Propertyfinder, Prepay Technologies and Pi Capital. Adam was also co-founder and interim CEO of LOVEFiLM. Previously Adam worked for Barnes & Noble Inc. and Firefly Network (sold to Microsoft).
Adam has an AB in Economics from Harvard University and is a passionate tennis player.
Sonali has been active in the European venture business for 12 years focusing on investments in the consumer internet and digital media sectors. Sonali is responsible for investments in KupiVIP, Wonga, Seatwave.com, StylistPick, Spotify, and Top10. Sonali is also an independent director on the board of IAC.
Founded in 1983, Accel Partners has a long history of excellence and innovation in the global venture capital and growth equity business. Accel today invests globally using dedicated teams and market-specific strategies for local geographies, with offices in Palo Alto, California; London, UK; and Bangalore, India; as well as in China via the IDG-Accel Partnership.
With over $6 billion under management, Accel has helped entrepreneurs build over 300 successful category-defining companies including: Actuate, Admob, Alfresco, AMCC, Arrowpoint, Baidu, BBN, Brightcove, ComScore, Etsy, Facebook, Foundry Networks, Gameforge, Glam Media, Imperva, Infinera, Interwoven, JBoss, Kayak, Macromedia, metroPCS, Polycom/PictureTel, Portal Software, QlikTech, Rapt, Real Networks, Redback Networks, Riverbed, Sohu.com, UUNet, Veritas, Walmart.com, Webroot, XenSource, and Zimbra.