Chip Hazard, General Partner
Companies and technologies in the information technology sector including cloud computing, Big Data, and enterprise IT
Bowstreet (acquired by IBM)
Firebase (acquired by Google)
Goby (acquired by Telenav)
Jingle Networks (acquired by Marchex)
mValent (acquired by Oracle)
Placemark Investments (acquired by Envestnet)
Reveal Imaging (acquired by SAIC)
Stackdriver (acquired by Google)
Supplyscape (acquired by Tracelink)
Chip is a General Partner at Flybridge Capital Partners whose investment interests and experience broadly cover companies and technologies in the information technology sector. Before joining the firm in May 2002, Chip was a General Partner with Greylock Partners, a leading venture capital firm he joined in 1994. While at Greylock, Chip led or participated in numerous successful investments in the enterprise information technology field including Narrative Communications (acquired by @Home), Idiom Technologies (acquired by SDL), iPhrase Technologies (acquired by IBM), IBA (acquired by ServiceSoft/Kana), Storage Networks (IPO), Totality (acquired by MCI) and the Vincam Group (IPO in 1996, acquired by ADP). Prior to Greylock, he was with Company Assistance Limited, an investment and consulting firm in Warsaw Poland; and Bain and Company, an international management consulting firm.
Chip received a BA with honors from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar and a Ford Scholar.
Blog: Hazard Lights
- On Chip's bucket list: Ski on every continent
- When Chip was a kid, he wanted to be an architect
- First thing Chip reads every morning is Jeff's blog
- If Chip weren’t a VC, he'd be a teacher
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