Noah Yago is a venture capitalist at Triangle Peak Partners, LP where he focuses on enterprise software, internet infrastructure, Saas, and marketplaces, and serves as a member or observer on the boards of Getaround, Mesosphere, AlphaSense, and OpenHouse. He has a 15 year track record as an investor and entrepreneur.
Prior to Triangle Peak, Noah was a Principal at JVP, an Israeli VC that was named by peHub/Prequin as one of the world’s top-ten best performing funds. Noah played key roles in three significant Israeli exits: he managed JVP’s role in the IPO of big data company Qlik Technologies, led the investment and subsequent sale of CyOptics, an optical components manufacturer, and led JVP’s 2011 investment in software security company CyberArk.
Noah began his career in finance at Veronis Suhler Stevenson, a private equity fund focused on the technology, media, and telecommunications space. Prior to that, he was the co-founder of a Los Angeles based interactive agency.
Noah holds an MBA from Stanford, and a BA from Tufts, where he majored in Computer Science and in German Language & Literature. His non-profit activities have included advisory roles with DreamIt Ventures (Israel), and with SEAF/CEED, a mission based investment organization that promotes global entrepreneurship.