Rohit Seth is a Partner of Duchossois Capital Management. His current focus is on applied technology investments to the education, healthcare, and a few other select vertical markets. He is based out of Austin, TX, where he manages the Texas office.
He previously served as a Vice President of The Duchossois Group and General Partner at Duchossois Technology Partners. In these capacities, he has assumed executive roles within portfolio companies, led growth initiatives across the operating companies, started new businesses, and pursued new investments and acquisitions. Recently, he became a U.S. patent holder for his work with Brivo Systems on integrating social network identities to control internet of things devices (U.S. patent #8,881,252).
Rohit currently serves on the Boards of Echo360, Skylight Systems, Life360, and BrivoLabs. He is also on the advisory board at Opternative. He has broad technology investment experience which spans the enterprise, communications, consumer, and emerging technology sectors. He previously served on the Boards of or was an investor in: SmartSignal (acquired by GE), AppIQ (acquired by Hewlett Packard), Crossbeam Systems (acquired by Thoma Bravo), Topspin (acquired by Cisco), Sandburst (acquired by Broadcom), Sipera (acquired bv Avaya), ALIS (acquired by Carl Zeiss, Inc), Aveso (acquired by Gemalto), NetEffect (acquired by Intel), AirWalk (acquired by UBEE), Pintail (acquired by Salland), and Surface Logix (acquired by Nano Terra).
Before joining DTEC, Rohit was Intel Capital’s Regional Manager for the Northeast U.S. and led Enterprise and Consumer sector efforts at Dell Ventures and Corporate Development. Rohit’s venture capital experience started as one of the original associates at HotBank/Seed Capital, SOFTBANK’s early stage VC affiliate. Rohit has also worked as an engineer with Texas Instruments and Andersen Consulting and as a strategy consultant with McKinsey & Company and Alliance Consulting Group.
Rohit graduated from Yale University with a double major B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Economics. He completed his MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management and SM in Engineering Sciences from Harvard University.