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2x startup Founder & CEO who has gone to the Dark Side of VC. His first company, BuildOnline was sold in 2005, his second, Koral was acquired by and became known as Salesforce Content, while Mark served as VP Product Management. In 2007 Mark joined GRP Partners in 2007 as a General Partner.  He focuses on early-stage technology companies, usually looking at Series A investment, and blogs at the aptly titled Both Sides of the Table.

2 responses to “The @TWTFelipe Story – A Tale of US Visa Policy Gone Awry (#startupvisa)”

  1. Mike Titmus

    I agree with most of what you have said here, especially the green card for graduates. The main problem I have is with the H1B visa’s. Streamlining H1B’s for start ups would be OK, but the vast majority of H1B’s are used by the indian contracting firms (TATA, InfoSys, etc.), to substantially undercut salaries and rates for US firms and employees. This has a direct impact on people willing or wanting to take CS degrees.

  2. Krishnan Subramanian

    Mike, I agree with you. It has been completely hijacked by these outsourcing vendors.