Mohsen Moazami
Venture Capitalist

Ever since graduating from Stanford University engineering school, Mohsen Moazami has been engaged in the technology industry for the past 30+ years.

Mr. Moazami was an entrepreneur as the founder/CEO of Stanford Business Systems (SBS) for 7.5 years before being acquired by KSA/Accenture, where he became a sr. partner and ran the global e-business practice. Later, he was recruited into the leadership of Cisco's strategic consulting services called Internet Business Solutions Group. There, he engaged at the CxO level of top global corporations and government entities assisting them in their journey to become connected, digital and agile enterprises. At various times he had global responsibility for Retail, Consumer Products, Transportation/Logistics and Public Sector verticals.

During the last 4 years of his Cisco career, Mr. Moazami moved to London to join the leadership team of Emerging Markets looking after 132 countries with a $6 Billion P&L which during his tenure was the fastest growing part of Cisco. A key pillar of Cisco strategy in approaching these markets was 'country transformation'; presenting broadband as the 4th utility (after water, electricity and roads) necessary to drive competitiveness and standard of living.

Upon departure from Cisco in 2012 Mr. Moazami raised $300 Mil at CNTP to start a new venture capital investment firm in Silicon Valley. At CNTP he oversaw several investments in the security, cyber security, big data analytics and enterprise SaaS application domains. Some of Mr. Moazami's portfolio companies have exited to Microsoft, vMware, Nutanix, Yahoo , Roche, Vista (PE firm) and IPOs.

Mr. Moazami also served on the board of Global Capacity, a telecommunications company. At Global Capacity, he helped oversee a complete turnaround of the business, a $150 mil+ acquisition and the ultimate exit of the company to GTT in 2017.

Mr. Moazami has been a frequent speaker on CNBC, Bloomberg, World Economic Forum and Financial Times.