Ted Wang is an investment partner at Cowboy Ventures, a seed stage venture fund based in the Bay Area, California, with approximately $200MM in assets under management. Cowboy’s focus is backing founders building products that “reimagine work and personal life in large and growing markets.”
Wang invests in both enterprise software and consumer facing technology companies and at Cowboy, Ted has led investments in companies such as Vic.ai, Lumatax, Fullcast.io, and Aura Health. He looks to invest in consumer applications that promote wellness. He is known for assisting companies in understanding the metrics needed to get to a Series A financing and helping companies hit those milestones.
Prior to joining Cowboy, Wang was one of the country’s leading startup lawyers; a partner at technology law firm Fenwick & West. He was identified by Bloomberg as “one of Fenwick’s biggest draws,” in the 2011 article, “Why Techies Like to Friend Fenwick & West.” Wang was outside counsel to an array of the most successful venture-backed technology companies including Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Square, Sonos, Spotify, Jet, Zuora, Apprio, Samsara, Gusto, Honor, Satellogic, Stripe, and Wealthfront.
As a lawyer, Wang was also an innovator in applying technology to the practice of law. He authored numerous open source projects, most notably the Series Seed Documents, which he published with the help of Marc Andreessen.