Vic Singh is a serial entrepreneur and investor in the mobile software space. He is currently Founder and CEO of Kanvas, a mobile platform for creative self expression and also serves as a Founding General Partner with Eniac Ventures, the leading mobile seed stage venture capital firm.
Vic previously founded and led Tracks, a venture backed mobile platform for collaboration around experiences and interests. Before Tracks, Vic co-founded NearVerse, the leading mobile platform for location based peer to peer media sharing. Vic served as a venture capitalist with RRE Ventures before going out on his own. He has advised and invested in 50+ early stage startups with a focus on mobile consumer internet. Vic holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BSE from the University of Pennsylvania.
Founder and CEO
Aug 1, 2010 - Current (about 6 years)
Founding General Partner
Jan 1, 2009 - Current (almost 8 years)
|Jun 23, 2016||CNBC - AOL ups social-photo-editing abilities with Switch|
|Apr 13, 2016||Digiday - AOL-owned live video app Kanvas looks for ad dollars with more event coverage|
|Dec 1, 2015||Ad Age - AOL's Periscope Rival Signs First Moneymaking Brand Deal|
|Oct 29, 2015||Business Wire - Kanvas 5.0 Brings Real-Time Editing to Video Streaming|
|Oct 29, 2015||Fast Company - AOL Enters The Live-Streaming Market With The Revamped Kanvas App|
|Oct 29, 2015||Venture Beat - AOL takes a stab at livestreaming with Kanvas 5.0|
|Aug 31, 2015||TechCrunch - AOL Acquires Photo And Messaging Startup Kanvas Labs|
|Jan 22, 2015||TechCrunch - Mobile-Focused Eniac Ventures Raises $55M Third Fund|