Wayne Kimmel is the Managing Partner of SeventySix Capital, a venture capital firm that he founded in 1999, and has invested in over 40 startup and early-stage healthcare and consumer facing technology companies. Wayne is known as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist and tireless networker.
Some of his successful investments include:
- SeamlessWeb (acquired by ARAMARK now public as GrubHub- NYSE- GRUB)
- Take Care Health Systems (acquired by Walgreens)
- NutriSystem (NTRI), (top performing stock in the U.S. for 5 consecutive years)
Additionally, Intel, IBM and Yahoo! have acquired his portfolio companies. His current portfolio companies include, CareCam Health Systems, Dwolla, Indiegogo, ReverbNation, StartUp Health, and Whistle Sports.
Philadelphia Magazine named Wayne as one of the "Top Innovators" in the region. He is the Treasurer and a Board member of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. He is also on the Board of Trustees of Jewish Federations of North America and on the Board of Trustees of the Einstein Healthcare Network and the Chairman of its Development Committee.
He is on the National Advisory Council for Delaware Law School and was on the Advisory Board of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.
Wayne lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia with his wife and two children.