Before starting Freestyle Capital, Josh Felser was a founder for over a decade across two companies: Spinner and Crackle.
We sat down with Josh Felser, Co-founder and Managing Director of Climactic VC, to look at the importance of utilizing private companies in the existential crisis of climate change.
I just co-hosted a Scaling Climate Tech salon this week with the fantastic Meera Clark and was thrilled with the incredible interest from founders (leading to a massive waitlist).
Tech workers and investors are flocking to start-ups that aim to combat climate change.
When I jumped 2.5 years ago from Freestyle to Climactic with Raj Kapoor, I hoped my relationships with the founders I’d previously backed while at Freestyle would continue but it was truly the great unknown.
Raj Kapoor joins Drew to talk about the inspiration and new purpose he found from his experience contracting and surviving COVID-19.
Ex-CSO of Lyft, Raj Kapoor, teams up with Josh Felser of Freestyle.
Josh and Raj team up to back climate tech startups.
Climate tech founders often come from non-operator backgrounds– nonprofits, academia, or research, to name a few. While their engineering skills might be world-class, transitioning into a sales role, particularly with enterprise clients, can present a unique challenge.
Raj Kapoor talks about how a mindset of curiosity led him to where is today and how the team at Lyft are challenging our assumptions about transportation.
Raj Kapoor, CSO at Lyft, talks about the fundamental nture of transportation and logistics being reshaped by exponential technologies.
Josh Felser left Freestyle to save California.
Internet Pioneer Josh Felser pivots to climate change.