Tim Young is a Founding General Partner at Eniac Ventures with two startup exits as an entrepreneur and over 13 years of experience working with early stage ventures as a venture capitalist, operator, and venture/IP attorney.
Eniac Ventures is the first independent seed stage venture firm investing exclusively in mobile technologies. Eniac Ventures was founded in 2009 on the belief that the greatest technological catalyst of our time is the proliferation of Internet-enabled devices providing constant connectivity to the majority of the world population.
While at Metropolitan Venture Partners (MVP), Tim joined MVP portfolio company Quoteship.com and helped engineer an exit to Logistics.com (an Internet Capital Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ICGE) venture). Tim founded Bridge Consulting, based in Beijing, China, which offered language software to Fortune 500 corporations, which Tim led to a successful exit. While at Morrison & Foerster, Tim counseled a variety of early stage companies and venture funds in deal structuring, intellectual property, and licensing/commercial transactions. As the Director of Business Development for Korean Business Consultants, he led a deal to bring the first internet connection to hospitals and universities in Pyongyang, North Korea. Tim began his career as a software engineer at both Exxon Research & Engineering and Mobil Technology Company.