Ali Wasti, Azure Capital Partners

WastiAli Wasti is a Mentor at Founders Space and a venture capitalist at Azure Capital Partners.

He specializes in cloud infrastructure, SaaS/b2b, commerce and IoT technologies. He serves as a Board Observer for Convercent, SwitchFly, Unitas Global, Le Tote and Chairish.

Ali is a successful technology executive and investor. He has over 10 years of operating experience in various leadership positions in the technology sector. Prior to joining Azure, Ali led global business development for IBM’s Information Management and Analytics software businesses.

In this capacity, he launched IBM’s OEM software business and led deals with companies of all sizes worldwide. In the past, he has held senior product and engineering roles within enterprise software. Ali has also spent time at Mohr Davidow Ventures, where he focused on enterprise and cloud infrastructure investments. He started his technology career building large scale databases.

He holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School where he won the Venture Capital Investment Competition, was the CFO of the Venture Capital and Private Equity club and was the Assistant Producer of the HBS Show. Ali is global chair of the HBS Alumni Angels, the largest university-affiliated angel group in the world. He received his B.S. in Computer Science summa cum laude from McMaster University. Follow Ali on twitter at @awasti.

Comments & Advice:
  1. zeinab says:

    Hello Mr.Awasti
    I am looking for an investor who would like to invest in our company. The company named SORENA Thechnology Transfer Center. We are attend in Yazd,IRAN. We would like to start development phase in technology transfer in yazd. How would you help us? Is it possible to find you in another way and is it possible we have a conversation in farsi?
    your faithfully!


  2. Providence Nyongaru says:

    Hello Ali Wasti,
    I am looking for an investor who would like to invest in my business idea. I would like to start distributing solar bags in Uganda and later on East Africa and Africa at large. However, I will need $ 35,000 as a startup. How would you guide and recommend my venture?

    Thank you.

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