Kevin Comolli joined Accel in 2000 as the Founding Partner of Accel London. Kevin focuses on enterprise software and gaming.
Kevin led Accel London's early stage investments in Alfresco (acquired by THL), Aorato (acquired by Microsoft), Atlassian (NASDAQ:TEAM), Diligent (acquired by IBM), Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY), Knewton (acquired by Wiley), Playfish (acquired by Electronic Arts), Simplivity (acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise), Supercell (acquired by SoftBank) and Varonis (NASDAQ: VRNS). These investments have aggregate market capitalizations in excess of $50 billion.
Kevin was an active member of the World Economic Forum for 10 years where he helped develop the Technology Pioneer Program.
Kevin spent the first 14 years of his career in robotics where he held various technical, commercial and general management roles with Fanuc Robotics.
Kevin is from Pennsylvania and graduated with an engineering degree from Northwestern University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Organization protection by automatically learning, profiling and predicting entity behavior
Acquired by Microsoft
Collaboration, development, and issue tracking software for teams
Rack-scale flash storage for enterprises
Acquired by Amazon
Josh Silverman (CEO)
E-commerce platform for buying and selling vintage and handmade goods
Acquired by Electronic Arts
AI for infrastructure
Acquired by HPE
Mobile and tablet video game development
Acquired by Softbank