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|Alma mater||University of Pennsylvania|
|Title||Founder & General Partner, Shine Capital|
|Spouse(s)||Hillary Rosenman Koyfman|
Moshe Koyfman is an American businessperson and investor.
After graduating from college, Koyfman joined Bear Stearns as an investment banker, where he worked on mergers and acquisitions and raising financing for media, technology and entertainment companies.
He next joined IAC, an internet holding company as vice president of mergers and acquisitions and vice president of programming, helping to launch a new business unit focused on digital media. He led the IAC acquisition of Connected Ventures, the parent of Vimeo, CollegeHumor and BustedTees. He eventually served as the chief operating officer of Connected Ventures.
Among the first investments led by Koyfman at Spark were stakes in online marketplaces Skillshare and WorkMarket. Later investments include eyeglass retailer Warby Parker, fraud prevention software company Sift Science, financial service provider Plaid (company), Kitchensurfing, Aviary, DIY, FundersClub, Consumer United, gdgt, and Svpply. Koyfman's exits for Spark include eBay buying Svvply, AOL buying gdgt, and Adobe Systems buying Aviary. He became a member of the Board of directors for Skillshare, WorkMarket, Aviary, Plaid, DIY and Consumers United.
In 2019, he launched Shine Capital, a new venture-capital firm, with business partner Josh Mohrer. An SEC filing on 11 November 2020 listed Shine Capital as having a gross asset value of $59,615,000.
Koyfman is married to Hillary Rosenman Koyfman, a designer.
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