Andrew Unger is a Managing Partner at High Slope, partnering with exceptionally talented people and supporting them with their time, ideas, capital, and network. Andrew has been building and investing in technology, finance, and healthcare companies for two decades. He’s built the founding teams for multiple companies now each worth over $1B+ and with a combined enterprise value > $20B.
Andrew has been successful at identifying extraordinary entrepreneurs, operators, and investors before others were willing to express their convictions or commit resources in service of supporting these remarkable leaders.
He has invested heavily in supporting founders who were subsequently backed by many of the world’s most successful institutional investors and technology companies including Bain Capital, Founders Fund, General Catalyst, and Goldman Sachs.
Andrew is also a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Amherst College, where he won the Massachusetts State Battle Rap Championship in 2003.
In this episode, Andrew and Bryan discuss:
- The role recruiting plays in a company’s success
- Innate ability versus learned ability
- The growing role of AI and robotics in the workplace