Peter Polydor is an entrepreneur, investor, tech enthusiast and a founder of ERGO Capital Partners. At ERGO, Peter focuses on new investments and portfolio management within technology, media and energy sectors. Currently he sits on the Board of Directors of ecoPHYSI and Wikipad as well as the Advisory Board for a number of startups. Peter is also the founder of the Eureka Project, a 3 acre tech hub meant to foster innovation and entrepreneurs in Orange County.
Prior to ERGO, Peter was Vice President of SAIL Capital a cleantech venture capital firm headquartered in California. While at SAIL, Peter reviewed new investment opportunities, accelerated business plans and opened new markets by developing strategic partnerships for SAIL.
Outside of investment management, Peter conducted market research at Citigroup, policy research at the US House of Representatives, was involved in operations and management of privately owned real estate development firms as well as started, built and sold a web-services company.
Further to his work at ERGO, Peter is a Charter Member of the Canadian C100, a member of Orange County Young Executives and serves on the Occidental College Board of Governors, American Hellenic Council Board of Directors, OCTANe Leadership Council, and the Investment Committee of the MaRS Investor Accelerator Fund. Peter was an Edmonson Fellow at the University of Southern California and is a graduate of Occidental College where he earned a B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis on Energy.
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