Max Marty is the Chairman and co-founder of Blueseed, the project to create a startup accelerator on a cruise ship stationed near the coast of Silicon Valley, in San Francisco's international waters, where U.S. work visas are not necessary.
He is the son of two Cuban immigrants and has received his undergraduate degrees in Global Political Economy & Philosophy from Muhlenberg College in PA, and his MBA from the University of Miami. Before joining Blueseed, he was Director of Business Strategy at The Seasteading Institute, the world’s only think tank researching ocean communities.
|Nov 30, 2014||Tech Cocktail - Entrepreneur-ship: Blueseed Aims to Open Ocean Vessel Incubator|
|Dec 15, 2012||TechCrunch - Mike Maples Gets On Board Blueseeds Sea Platform|
|Dec 13, 2012||TechCrunch - Mike Maples Gets On Board Blueseed’s Sea Platform|
|Jul 3, 2012||CNet - A floating metropolis for startups - CNET|
|May 25, 2012||TechWeek Europe - Visa-free Offshore Community Plan For Launching Startups|
|May 7, 2012||BGR Boy Genius Report - More than 100 startups eye floating pirate city outside Silicon Valley|
|Dec 16, 2011||Silicon Allee - Water a Great Idea! The Visa-Free Valley Incubator|
|Dec 13, 2011||Wired News - Startup Ducks Immigration Law With 'Googleplex of the Sea'|