Managing Partner, Revolution Ventures
Tige Savage co-founded Revolution and is managing partner of Revolution Ventures, Revolution’s institutionally-backed early stage fund investing in companies around the country that are attacking large, multi-billion dollar categories. Tige has nearly three decades of industry experience and has received multiple accolades including Washington, D.C.’s “Financier of the Year” and a “Tech Titan.”
He serves or has served on the boards of many Revolution Venture portfolio companies including Anduin, Mint House, and Place Exchange. Tige formerly served on the boards of and led investments in previously-exited Revolution companies including AddThis (acquired by Oracle), Booker (acquired by MindBody), Framebridge, (acquired by Graham Holdings), Flexcar (Zipcar – acquired by Avis), HelloWallet (acquired by MorningStar), Homesnap (acquired by CoStar), LivingSocial (acquired by Groupon), OrderUp (acquired by Groupon), Revolution Money (acquired by American Express), and Runkeeper (acquired by ASICS).
Prior to Revolution, Tige led venture capital investments at Time Warner Ventures, focusing on technology and next-generation media companies for AOL, HBO, Time, Inc., Time Warner Cable, Turner, and Warner Bros. Previously, Tige invested in technology and media companies for RCP, a multi-stage VC fund. He began his career at Riggs National Bank, ultimately serving as chief of staff to his early mentor, Chairman and CEO, Joe Allbritton.
Tige received his MBA with highest distinction from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and his BBA from James Madison University.