Fourth Generation VC to Moderate VLAB’s Young Entrepreneur Event

Fourth Generation VC to Moderate VLAB’s Young Entrepreneur Event

Photo of Adam Draper, moderator for VLAB's 2016 young entrepreneur panel.

Adam Draper is no stranger to startups; he is a fourth generation venture capitalist. His experience in the financial world has helped sculpt his view of what it means to be an entrepreneur, and how a startup works internally. We are pleased to welcome Adam back to the VLAB stage as the moderator for “Young Entrepreneurs with Big Ideas” on January 26, 2016.

In 2012, Adam Founded BoostVC, a unique incubator filled with the most innovative entrepreneurs, who are starting game-changing companies. As the Managing Director, Adam plans to fund 200 startups over the next three years.

Previously, Adam was Co-Founder and VP of Business Development at Xpert Financial where he learned many of his startup lessons. He was also an analyst at Salomon Smith Barney, and earlier worked with several startups, including BOOM!Studios and MailFrontier.  Adam currently serves on the boards of four companies and is a graduate of UCLA


VLAB holds an annual event about young entrepreneurs, who are under 30. this year we have an exciting panel of young entrepreneurs who are making their big ideas into a reality. Come join us at SRI to hear about their experience as entrepreneurs who have founded growing startup companies.

By | 2017-05-18T17:47:10+00:00 January 14th, 2016|Events, Young Entrepreneurs|Comments Off on Fourth Generation VC to Moderate VLAB’s Young Entrepreneur Event