Alireza Masrour

Alireza Masrour

General Partner at Plug and Play.

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His investments include Kamcord, FiscalNote, Aarki, CreditSesame, HealthPocket which acquired by Health Insurance Innovations, MatchaMatcha which acquired by Apple, PasswordBox which acquired by McAfee/Intel, TrustGo which acquired by Baidu, GNS3 which was acquired by Solarwind, Flyr, Shippo, Virool, Skytree, eyeIO, and BookingPal.

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Alireza Masrour

General Partner at Plug and Play.

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Founder of
Plug & Play Ventures / Startup Camp
Current Employer
Plug and Play
Location
Sunnyvale, California
Birthplace
Iran
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Alireza Masrour

Founder of Plug and Play Chicago and Plug & Play Ventures / Startup Camp

General Partner at Plug and Play.

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Alireza Masrour is the General Partner at Plug and Play, where he hasmade over 100 investments since 2008.

His investments include Kamcord, FiscalNote, Aarki, CreditSesame, HealthPocket which acquired by Health Insurance Innovations, Matcha which acquired by Apple, PasswordBox which acquired by McAfee/Intel, TrustGo which acquired by Baidu, GNS3 which was acquired by Solarwind, Flyr, Shippo, Virool, Skytree, eyeIO, and BookingPal.

He was the Founder and CEO at NekaTel, an Internet Airtime Distribution Network. He was Founder of VidaTel, offering mobile airtime distribution technology and sold the technology in 2007. He has prior Chemical Engineering and Management background and MBA certificate from Tehran University and Sharif/Royal Roads.

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Alireza published “Crossing the Digital Divide: What’s Next” published by Harvard Business School for UN’s World Summit on the Information Society.

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