More than an investor, Mirza is a partner. He gained his experience at the wheel of demanding but successful companies. And now he wields that knowledge as the Managing Partner of Aldrich Capital Partners, where his team has worked with everyone from Amazon to Citibank to Stamps.com. Mirza is the quiet and determined strength behind a host of successful companies. He has also never forgotten his humble beginnings and works hard to ensure the Internet economy is open to future generations.
Mirza Baig is the founding Partner of ACP. As a serial entrepreneur and investor in healthcare and technology, he has been involved in scaling operations and growing sales to build large businesses that have enjoyed successful outcomes.
As a co-founder of Imaging Advantage, Legal Advantage and Tech Fetch, he built these companies from zero revenues and sub-10 employees to well over $100mm in revenues, and over five hundred employees globally.
Some of Mirza’s previous investments include Loma Vista Medical sold to Bard; LiG sold to Zynga; MangoSoft sold to Google, Streamlined Medical sold to Emcare, Anka Systems sold to Topcon Medical; Stamps.com; Smartbargains.com sold to GSI Commerce; Amazon.com, and a number of business services companies in India. His involvement in these companies goes beyond investment. He has led various efforts in these companies ranging from recruiting board members, and recruiting and mentoring key executives, to forming strategic partnerships and leading scaling up efforts.
Previously, Mirza held executive positions in investment and financial management at AOL Time Warner including as CFO of e-commerce group that grew from $350mm to $850mm under his leadership.
He serves as a board member for civic organizations including Young President Organization (YPO) of Northern Virginia, Medicaid of Virginia (DMAS) and Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia (UVA). Mirza also serves on the Board of Visitors at the College of William and Mary.
Mirza is an MBA graduate of Harvard Business School and he received his Bachelors with Honors from Cornell University (Econ).