Pep Gomez is a young technology entrepreneur and investor, founder of Fever and Reby. Born in Castellón in 1992, Pep Gomez founded his first company as young as 14 years old. Before that, he presented at Campus Party, the largest technology festival in the world.
From a very young age, Pep showed great passion for music that led him to study classical music and to learn jazz. He worked with a Grammy Latino awarded band and he also created a musical podcast on his first MacBook. This last project introduced Pep Gomez in the world of technology.
Having delved into the blogging world, Pep became interested on entrepreneurship, and so he launched Iniciador, one of the first events for entrepreneurs in Spain. As young as 15 years old, he started a music market called Redondea, and at age 16 he moved to Silicon Valley to work at Solon Ventures, where he was a capital risk and strategic consultant. He learnt there how to invest in companies and helped many to grow.
During this experience overseas, Pep grew an interest on apps, and after receiving an ESADE Business School scholarship he launched the Fever app, the world largest event finding app. Fever has raised more than 25 million dollars in financing, and has now 150 employees and +5 million users.
In 2016 Pep Gomez was appointed president of NUMA Gowth, the Barcelona Mobile World Capital investing program in startups and technology companies. Gomez has led the development of the first European program for accelerating emerging startups.
In 2018 he founded Reby, a startup designing and managing the use of electric scooters contributing to the sustainability of cities.
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