Brad Silverberg

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"Brad is a founding partner of Ignition. He invests in software, infrastructure, and consumer companies. Brad represents Ignition as director on the boards of GlobalScholar, Seven, SourceLabs, and Prior to founding Ignition, Brad is best known as an industry pioneer who built the Microsoft Windows franchise and led Microsoft's Internet turnaround. During his nine-year tenure at Microsoft, he was a senior vice president and member of Microsoft's nine-member Executive Committee. He was responsible for driving all aspects of the Windows business from 1990 through 1995, including establishing the vision and strategy, and executing on product marketing and development. In five years, he grew Windows from a $50 million business to over $3.5 billion. He was also responsible for the MS-DOS business during that period. He was named PC Magazine's Person of the Year in 1995 for his leadership of Windows 95. " [1]

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  1. Directors, Global Scholar, accessed December 13, 2010.