About me

Ed Fernandez is an expert on start-ups in early development as well as venture capital. He is a technology investor, advisor and entrepreneur living in Palo Alto, California.
POSITION

Mentor and advisor at Singularity University and the Berkeley Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology in Silicon Valley; Member of the Young Presidents Organization; Contributor to CNBC in the United States; Guest lecturer and mentor at IE Business School; Author at Plataforma Editorial.

COMPANY

Singularity University, Berkeley Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, Young Presidents Organization, IE Business School

Ed is a partner and co-founder of Naiss.io, a venture capital and advisory firm in Palo Alto. He is also a mentor at Singularity University Labs and the Berkeley Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology in Silicon Valley.

A passionate entrepreneur, Ed is a member of the Young Presidents Organization (a global NGO of leaders and entrepreneurs under the age of 45), an active contributor to the CNBC in the United States, a guest lecturer and mentor at IE Business School, and an author at Plataforma Editorial.

Ed’s first computer was a Commodore 64, a machine which helped him become an avid programmer.