Vic Singh is a serial entrepreneur and investor in the mobile software space. His primary area of expertise is mobile consumer Internet with an emphasis on communications and developer tools. Vic's passion is building and investing in beautiful game changing mobile product experiences. He has launched over a dozen mobile consumer products reaching millions of users as a founder of three mobile startups and has advised and invested in 100+ early stage mobile startups.
Vic is currently Founder and CEO of Kanvas and a Founding General Partner with Eniac Ventures. Kanvas is the leading mobile platform for creativity and was acquired by AOL in 2015. Eniac Ventures is the pioneer venture capital firm focused on investing in mobile-first startups. Vic was named to Silicon Alley's top 100 investors by Business Insider for his work at Eniac.
Vic previously founded Tracks, a venture backed mobile social network for collaboration around experiences and interests, which he grew to over a million users before pivoting to Kanvas. Before Tracks, he co-founded NearVerse, the leading P2P mobile platform for proximity based social networking and media sharing. Vic launched his career in venture at RRE Ventures, one of the top venture capital firms in NYC where he invested in mobile consumer Internet and cleantech Internet startups.
Vic holds an MBA from Columbia Business School where he was a Robert Toigo Fellow, an InSITE Fellow and President of the Venture Capital Club. He earned his Bachelors in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania where he was awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship for his work in Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems.