Mitchell Hauser Joins Corporate Fuel
In his most recent assignments with investment banking boutique firms, Watts Capital and Cato Capital, Mitchell has led equity capital raising projects for technology and telecom companies. He brings to Corporate Fuel the ability to source growth and early-stage equity capital for our clients, via his network of family offices, high net-worth, strategic, and institutional investors.
Earlier in his career, Mitchell was President of Strategic Ventures & Research, Inc., providing strategic and advisory services to companies seeking growth capital or M & A opportunities. In 1996, Mitchell became President/CEO for MariTEL where he transformed the Company into a modern nationwide marine wireless telecommunications provider. Mitchell was also a Partner at MCT Investors, a Virginia-based private equity group specializing in medical and communication technologies. While there, he served on the Board of Directors of American Telecasting, the largest wireless cable company in the US, and helped it become a public company. During his tenure at MCT, Mitchell was also on the Board of MCT of Russia, which developed mobile telephone properties in the former Soviet Union.
Mitchell received his MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business and graduated from Brandeis University with a BA in Economics and History. He is on the Board of YMCA of Long Island City. He is also an Entrepreneur-in-Residence for the New York State Energy Research Development Agency (NYSERDA) and a mentor for Urban-X and 43North incubators.
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