Matt Witheiler

Matt Witheiler, Principal
Flybridge Capital Partners

Matt Whitheiler of Flybridge Captial Partners is an Founding Executive Committee Member of First Growth Venture Network

Matt Whitheiler of Flybridge Captial Partners is an Founding Executive Committee Member of First Growth Venture Network

Matt is a Principal at Flybridge Capital Partners whose investment interests and experience broadly cover companies and technologies across the information technology sector including financial technology, digital media, semiconductors.

Matt currently represents Flybridge Capital Partners on the board of Convoke Systems and serves as an observer on the boards of DataXu, Ready Financial, Sand 9 and a portfolio company working in stealth.  He also sits on the board of The Capital Network.

Background
Matt joined the firm as a Senior Associate in July 2008 after completing his MBA at Harvard School of Business (HBS).  Prior to HBS, Matt spent seven years in various roles in the high technology industry.  Most recently, Matthew was a Summer Associate at Jefferies Broadview in technology investment banking where he advised on sale, IPO and debt strategies of various companies in the technology industry. Prior to that, Matthew spent three years at ATI Technologies, a $4B 3D-graphics silicon provider.  At ATI, Matt focused on the integration of 3D graphics and digital video and was responsible for the TV on the PC integrated circuit product line.  He researched, led development and launched the company’s flagship multimedia processor. Before joining ATI,  Matt served for four years as co-owner and Senior Hardware Editor of the successful hardware review website, AnandTech.com, where he helped build one of the world’s largest hardware review sites.

Education
Matthew holds a BA in Public Policy Studies from Duke University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Interests
Outside of the office, Matthew is an avid mountain biker, skier and SCUBA diver. At HBS, Matthew sat as the Section F Treasurer and Co-Chair of Cyberposium 2007.