Jason Wang is serial entrepreneur and startup investor. He is a Part-Time Partner at The House Fund and most recent company he founded is Caviar, which is a food delivery infrastructure for restaurants. They first launched in July of 2012 and grew to 7-figure annual revenue and profitability within the first 6 months. In August of 2014, Caviar was acquired by Square.
Jason sold his last business, Munch On Me, in May 2012. The service was a daily deals platform for specific dishes at restaurants. They were part of the Summer 2011 batch at Y Combinator.
Jason’s first company was 815 Productions, which was a profitable mobile app development company founded in 2010. They made award-winning apps on Windows Phone 8, Windows 8, and Android; their app myCraigsAds was ranked in the top 2% of its category in the Windows marketplace.
In early 2012, Jason also started a food blog, City Foodsters, where they uncover local culinary gems. They’ve been featured on the 7x7 SF Magazine and also received 30,000 unique readers within the 1st year. Their photography has been displayed on the front page of Food Porn Daily, Food Gawker, and other sites.
Prior to pursuing his entrepreneurial dreams, Jason worked in various roles at Google, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Microsoft. Jason has a diverse background in the Financial, Technology, and Restaurant industries. He likes to stay motivated everyday, dream big, and have a positive mindset.
Jason graduated with a B.S. Business Administration from the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.