Comcast Ventures Hires Kai Bond to Lead Catalyst Fund

Comcast Ventures, the venture capital affiliate of Comcast Corporation, has hired Kai Bond as principal to lead Comcast Ventures Catalyst Fund.

Bond will be based out of New York and focus on investing in early-stage startups in NYC and startups led by minority entrepreneurs across the country.

Prior to joining Comcast Ventures, he served as the general manager of Samsung Accelerator investing in frontier tech and consumer apps.
Bond was the founder of pixietv, a smart TV app acquired by Samsung, which gave way to Bond’s eventual role as director working on Samsung Extra, an interactive TV application, CashPlay Games and SwitchGames, served as general manager at Hatch Labs, and worked in product, M&A, and strategy roles at IAC, Microsoft, and Gerson Lehrman Group.
He also serves as a mentor at Defy Ventures and Techstars. He earned his B.A. in international relations from Wesleyan University.

Established in 2011 as part of Comcast Corp.’s acquisition of NBCUniversal, the Comcast Ventures Catalyst Fund is an investing vehicle to elevate minority entrepreneurship by matching capital and resources with underrepresented minority entrepreneurs.



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