Daniel S. Aegerter
Daniel started his first business at age 18 importing Macintosh peripherals into Switzerland
At age 20 he moved to the US to start a computer trading business there, which grew to 30 mill in revenues within four years. This morphed into an early Internet commerce company that was the first to offer solutions for digital marketplaces. TRADEX Technologies raised venture capital, built a first tier customer base and subsequently was sold to Ariba in March of 2000 for $5.6 billion. (the venture investors made over 100x) Today, Daniel runs his own family office which he established after selling his Internet Software company in 2000 to help my invest his capital in exciting and profitable ventures.
On a day to day basis Daniel run a diversified portfolio of entrepreneurial and financial investments.