Paul Bragiel is a three-time entrepreneur who has started regional funds in Asia (Golden Gate Ventures), Africa and vertical funds in gaming & virtual reality.
He is the founder of Bragiel Brothers, an early stage technology fund in Silicon Valley. He also sits on the advisory board of the car-sharing service Uber. Collectively he's invested in the seed rounds of over 200+ companies which includes holdings in other billion dollar companies like Unity & Zappos. In his spare time, he skis for the Colombia National Cross-Country Ski Team where he competed in the 2017 World Championships in Finland. He also served as the Team Attache for the Tonga Olympic team during the 2016 Olympics in Rio.