About

Paul Grim is a founder and General Partner of SunBridge Partners with an investment focus in wireless communications and retail systems.  Paul co-founded SunBridge Partners and its predecessor Equitek Capital, and has been actively involved in each of the firm’s investments from initial sourcing through due dilligence to post-investment strategic guidance, including Flarion Technologies, Yap, Zipit Wireless, Alien Technology, Eclipse Aviation, Blue Spark Technologies, and The New Media Group. Paul is currently a Board Director at Zipit Wireless and Yap.

Prior to his work in venture capital, Paul was with Gemini Consulting for five years in the Strategy Discipline and the Telco & Media Global Business Unit, where he focused on market entry strategies and new business ventures in wireless, ISPs, e-commerce and IP/broadband services. Prior to Gemini, Paul worked with Coopers & Lybrand’s Financial Services Strategy Group in Paris, and CGI, an IBM company in software and IT services also based in Paris.

Paul received an MBA from the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management in 1995 and a B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering from M.I.T. in 1990. Paul has served as a Mentor for the MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition on the Mobile Track for the past several years.

In addition to this blog, Paul can occasionally be found on Venturebeat. Previous articles include the following:

Clearwire needs to shake things up to save WiMax – August 09

FCC kicks off hearings on $7.2B broadband expansion – April 09

WiMax — Game on? – Nov 08

Why it’s too early to call the WiMax deal a disaster – May 08

CTIA Roundup –- Game Over for WiMax? – Apr 08

Sprint to open its XOHM WiMAX, still faces hurdles
– Feb 08

Q&A with mobile investor Paul Grim: The big chance for Android and WiMAX
– Nov 07

Tear down this Wall! – Jul 07

Is WiMax like the tragic Barbaro? – Apr 07

You call *that* a technology company?
– Oct 06

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