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Jim Swartz

Jim Swartz

Jim Swartz is an American venture capitalist, founder of Accel

Jim Swartz founded Accel with Arthur Patterson in 1983.

Before Accel, Jim was the founding general partner of Adler & Company, which he started with Fred Adler in 1978 after his tenure as a vice president of Citicorp Venture Capital. A long time industry leader, Jim is a former chairman of the National Venture Capital Association and the 2007 recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award.

He serves as Chair of the Swartz Foundation, Co-Chair of the Christian Center of Park City and MVYouth, and Director Emeritus of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation.

Jim has a M.S. in Industrial Administration and an Honorary Doctorate from Carnegie Mellon, where he sponsors the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship.

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Accel cofounder Jim Swartz: It hasn't burst, but it's a bubble all right

Connie Loizos

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October 28, 2016

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