Kedrosky is a venture capitalist,
media personality, and entrepreneur.
He is a sought-after speaker; an
analyst for CNBC television; a columnist
for TheStreet/RealMoney; the editor
of Infectious Greed, one of the
best known business blogs on the
Internet; and he is frequently quoted
in major publications around the
recently he has been the Executive
Director of the William J. von Liebig
Center in San Diego, California.
Using an innovative seed capital
program, the Center catalyzes the
commercialization of technologies
from the internationally-ranked
University of California, San Diego.
is a venture partner with Ventures
West, Canada's largest institutional
venture capital firm. In that capacity
his interests include consumer technologies,
media, semiconductors, and life
sciences. He is currently on the
board of Marqui Corporation, a marketing
automation software firm, as well
as Dabbledb, a hosted data management
in his career, Dr. Kedrosky founded
the technology equity research practice
at HSBC James Capel. As a highly-ranked
technology equity analyst, transactions
with which he was involved created
in excess of a billion dollars in
public market value. Dr. Kedrosky
was one of the first analysts to
cover Internet companies, as well
as making early and timely calls
in networking and communications.
Kedrosky has also been a successful
entrepreneur. In 1999 he financed
and launched one of the first hosted
blogging services, GrokSoup. The
service grew to more than a thousand
subscribers. Relatedly, he wrote
for Harvard Business Review what
is widely regarded as the seminal
article on dark matter and syndication
Kedrosky is a sought after media
personality. He has hosted a television
program, "Profiles on Innovation",
that is available on cable in the
U.S., as well as on the web (at
www.ucsd.tv). He has written influential
columns for Business 2.0 magazine,
the Wall Street Journal, the Economist,
Harvard Business Review, and others.
He has also appeared on many media
outlets, including CNN, PBS Newshour,
ABC Nightline, and the New York
Times, and he can be seen frequently
on CNBC's "On the Money".
He maintains one of the best known
technology, venture capital, &
finance blogs at http://paul.kedrosky.com.
Kedrosky currently divides his time
between La Jolla, California, and
Vancouver, British Columbia.