Mark Blaxill and Matthew Stack have launched XLP Capital, a technology development, venture investment, and strategy advisory firm.
Headquartered in Boston, MA with offices in New York, NY, and the Berkshires, XLP takes an engineering-based, hands-on approach to strategic technology investment and advisory work.
Investments will have multiple forms, including venture investing, shareholder activism and corporate innovation programs.
Mark Blaxill worked and trained under Bruce Henderson at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and was a member of the BCG contingent that coined the term, “time-based competition”.
The other co-founder, Matthew Stack, is a technology investor, having co-founded and invested in startups over the past decade.
Currently Matt is the founding manager of the Lambda Prime Investment Incubator Fund, and the Chief Investment Officer of XLP’s technology activist fund, Devonshire Capital Fund I.
He also runs the Stack Family Office based in Boston, MA and New York.