Crosslink takes an expansive view of building valuable companies with
exceptional people who have a powerful vision and a great solution. They invest
in companies at all stages- seed, polished product, and public. Crosslink's
depth of knowledge and insights, combined with the entrepreneur's creativity
and energy, creates a formula for success.
Correlation Ventures is a new breed of venture capital firm, leveraging
world-class analytics to offer entrepreneurs and other venture capitalists a
dramatically better option when they are seeking additional capital to
complete a financing round. Backed by leading institutional investors,
Correlation has more than $165 million under management.
Pejman is one of Silicon Valley’s leading and most successful angel investors. He is a seed investor in startups such as DropBox, Badgeville, Addepar, Path, Zoosk, SoundHound, and Qwiki, among many others. His prior investments include companies such as Danger Research (acq. by Microsoft), Bix (acq. by Yahoo!), Powerset (acq. by Microsoft), Sabio Labs (acq. by Magma), Vudu (acq. by Walmart), Webs.com (acq. by Vista Print), Clever Sense (acq. by Google), Milo (acq. by eBay), Sendori (acq. by IAC/Ask.com), and Extrem DA (acq. by Synopsys). Pejman is also the co-founder and chairman of Swapmeback, a financial social network for college students founded by Stanford students, and the founding investor of 512rewards. In addition, Pejman is the founding advisor of isoccer.org and an advisor to Revel Touch and Hotprints. Pejman was instrumental in creating the renowned “Plug and Play Tech Center,” the world’s most successful technology community center and home to more than 500 tech start-ups. Pejman was a founding General Partner of Amidzad, a highly successful early stage venture investment firm.
Pejman is a member of the prestigious International Sports Press Association and the Editor-in-Chief of Top Magazine, an annual international soccer magazine. In 2008, Pejman was honored to sit on the executive board of the International Children Games in San Francisco. Pejman played professional soccer for three years in Iran and also covered two FIFA World Cups (1998 and 2006) as an accredited reporter.