Semyon DukachManaging Partner at One Way Ventures
Semyon is a managing partner of One Way Ventures, the venture fund that backs the best immigrant entrepreneurs. Prior to cofounding One Way, Semyon was the Managing Director of Techstars in Boston, and before then Semyon was a prolific angel investor in Boston and a friend to the startup community. Semyon made over 100 angel investments, including early investments in Quanergy, Amino Apps and Wanderu, and his philosophy has been to focus on helping his founders at all costs. Prior to becoming a full time angel, Semyon has co-founded several companies including Vert and Fast Engines, which was sold to Adero in 2000. Xconomy lists Semyon as a top Angel Investor in New England, and he is also known for leading one of the MIT blackjack teams in the 90s.