Co-Founder & Managing Director, Gotham Ventures
Ross Goldstein’s path to venture capitalism began at Morgan Stanley, where he rose to become a senior banker in charge of equity financing for technology, telecommunications and media clients.
His life changed when he went to work for the Internet advertising company Interactive Imaginations Inc., as the executive vice president and chief financial officer, where he helped guide the company into its successful merger and IPO as 24/7 Media.
In 2000, Goldstein co-founded DFJ Gotham (now ), an early-stage venture firm, which focuses mainly on investments in information technology startups.
Selected Investments/Boards: SailThru, Drop.io (sold to Facebook), Ingenio (sold to AT&T), Massive (sold to Microsoft), Meetup.com, Mimeo, PulsePoint, Medialets
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