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Flyover Capital adds to management team

Early-stage venture capital firm Flyover Capital Partners has appointed Tristan Mace as Managing Partner. 

Mace will focus on expanding the firm’s growth initiatives, sourcing new investments, and supporting portfolio companies.

Mace relocated to Kansas City from New York City, where he founded and invested in technology ventures and advised leading venture capital firms. Prior to Flyover Capital, he was a Venture Partner at Warburg Serres (formerly Animal Ventures), where he led Blockchain and Web3 investment strategy on behalf of Merck and AXA. He has served on Advisor Panels for the US Government’s Executive Branch, the Council of Experts for the US State Department at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit hosted by President Obama, the Council of Judges for National Geographic’s World Legacy Awards, and the Host Committee of multiple United Nations Summits.

“We are thrilled to have Tristan join our management team as we expand our firm’s capabilities to create the next generation of technology success stories outside of Silicon Valley and the Northeast,” says Thad Langford, Founder and Managing Partner. “His decade-long background in technology, venture capital, and building businesses will be of significant value to Flyover Capital and the region. Tristan’s credentials speak for themselves, and we are delighted to have him as our newest Managing Partner.”

“I’m excited to join Flyover Capital as we build on our success of contributing economic growth and venture creation to the flyover states,” says Mace. “I’m committed to identifying and leading strategic opportunities that continue to grow the firm’s platform and improve capital availability for founders.”

Flyover Capital remains uniquely positioned to capitalise on the democratisation of innovation that complements the region’s natural and industrial strengths. The firm continues to invest in industry-leading value propositions in verticals including fintech, insurtech, proptech, agtech, logistics, transportation, supply chain, and data security.

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