Nat

Nat Burgess

VP Business Development

Nat Burgess, Techstrat founder, has been an M&A advisor since 1989, an angel investor and startup mentor since 1994, and a lawyer since 1998.

Prior to being appointed Chairman of the World Financial Symposium and President of Corum, he worked for Morgan Stanley's M&A group, helped Activision put the first generation of multiplayer games on the Internet, and interned with the Enforcement Division of the SEC.

Nat was an early investor and advisory board member at Vizify (sold to Yahoo), Picnik (sold to Google), Cequint (sold to TNS), Table (sold to Microsoft), and is a frequent guest on CNBC and other news outlets.