Alexander "Alex" Lloyd is a venture capitalist, and the founder and managing partner of Accelerator Ventures, an investment and venture fund. Lloyd was an early investor in many companies that have gone public or merged, including online shoe company Zappos which was acquired by Amazon.com in 2009 in an all-stock deal worth about $1.2 billion and semantic job search engine Trovix which was acquired by Monster.com in 2008 for $72.5 million.

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  • Alexander "Alex" Lloyd is a venture capitalist, and the founder and managing partner of Accelerator Ventures, an investment and venture fund. Lloyd was an early investor in many companies that have gone public or merged, including online shoe company Zappos which was acquired by Amazon.com in 2009 in an all-stock deal worth about $1.2 billion and semantic job search engine Trovix which was acquired by Monster.com in 2008 for $72.5 million. Other companies Lloyd has invested in are technology platform isocket, software and video game developer Tapulous, and Microsoft owned Powerset. Lloyd is a board of directors' observer for LoopNet, MerchantCircle, MobilePlay, and Practice Technologies Inc. He is a mentor for Los Angeles-based business incubator MuckerLab, and has co-written an article for The Atlantic. Prior to founding Accelerator Ventures, Lloyd was a venture partner at Rustic Canyon Partners. He has also worked at Microsoft, SGI, Activision, Apple Computer and Goldman Sachs. He holds a BA from The University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from The Wharton School. (en)
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  • Alexander "Alex" Lloyd is a venture capitalist, and the founder and managing partner of Accelerator Ventures, an investment and venture fund. Lloyd was an early investor in many companies that have gone public or merged, including online shoe company Zappos which was acquired by Amazon.com in 2009 in an all-stock deal worth about $1.2 billion and semantic job search engine Trovix which was acquired by Monster.com in 2008 for $72.5 million. (en)
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