Ash Vasudevan

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Ash Vasudevan, Founding Managing Partner of Edge Holdings LLC.

Ash Vasudevan is the Founding Managing Partner of Edge Holdings, LLC a venture foundry that focuses on founding and funding new ventures in technology, sports & entertainment sectors.

Ash in his early career, worked with CommerceNet as a Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Investment.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] He currently holds key positions as Founder and Managing Partner of DigikeyIH, Founding Director at reQall Inc,[11][12][13][14] Co-Founder of Aspire Entertainment, Co-Founder of Smaarts, Inc., Founding Director at Omnitrol Networks,[15] executive producer of Gigante, a documentary about Major League Baseball player Andres Torres,[16] and as a co-founder at Seven Figures Management.[17]

Ash is the co-author of the book Alliance Enterprise: Global Strategies for Corporate Collaboration.[18][19][20][21] Ash also co-authored From "me against you" to "Us against Them",[22] International Business and its European dimensions.[20]

Ash received his Ph.D. from Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University.[16]

He was the co-founder of the contest Million Dollar Arm,[23][24][25][26][27] along with J.B. Bernstein, which led to discovering Dinesh Patel and Rinku Singh, the first two Indian born athletes to ever play professional team sports in North America. He was portrayed by actor Aasif Mandvi in the film Million Dollar Arm, which told the story of Patel and Singh.

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