Harry Nelis joined Accel in 2004 and focuses on software, fintech and consumer internet companies.
Harry led Accel’s investments in Carto, KAYAK (NASDAQ: KYAK; acquired by Booking.com), Showroomprive (EPA: SRP), Funding Circle (LON: FCH), Callsign, Celonis, CHECK24, Instana (acquired by IBM), Miro, Taxdoo and Zepz.
Harry started his career in Silicon Valley as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard before founding a venture-backed software company.
Harry is from the Netherlands and graduated from Harvard Business School and Delft University of Technology.
Read Harry's thoughts on the three things founders should focus on in the current climate here.
Luis Sanz (CEO)
Javier de la Torre
Sergio Álvarez Leiva
Spatial data analysis platform
Mobile multi-factor authentication engine
Process mining software
German price comparing platform
Food delivery platform
Small business financing
Publisher and developer of free-to-play, massively multiplayer online games (MMOs)
3D design and collaboration platform
Automatic performance management for dynamic applications
Acquired by IBM
Travel and hospitality price comparison platform. Acquired by Booking Holdings.
Mike Volpe (CEO)
Corporate travel management app
Acquired by Capital One
Collaborative online whiteboard platform for teams
HR management and recruiting
Online shopping platform for clothing, cosmetics and household products
Closed loop payments system
Hosting platform for WordPress websites
Automated VAT compliance for e-commerce
Mark Lenhard (CEO)
International money transfer service