Mark Hager

Founder & Managing Partner

An entrepreneur turned angel investor, Mark has been investing in early-stage ventures full time for the last 5 years. He founded Regah Ventures to invest in visionary entrepreneurs who are transforming the world and improving lives.

Mark's deep network in the VC community and startup venture space has propelled Regah Ventures to amass an impressive track record including 70 portfolio investments, 21 exits, and 15 unicorns.


According to PitchBook's "2018 Unicorn Report", Mark is listed as one of the top unicorn investors at the seed stage (see a copy of the table below). Additionally, Mark has been featured on Forbes as an “unsung catalyst of the U.S. economy.”


Avery Hager

Founder & Managing Partner

For the past several years Avery and his family have been investing in tech startups. They have co-invested with some of the top-ranked VC firms from Silicon Valley, New York, Israel, London, Hong Kong and beyond.


Understanding the value of a great product, superior management, and strategic partners, Avery has invested in some of the most sought out deals in the industry. Companies such as Bitly, Uber, Coinbase, Cruise, RapGenius, Rising Tide Games, TowerSec, Bringg, Vroom, and Instacart are some of the examples of deals we have done. Our mission is to continue to find the best and the brightest in the industry.


Avery is also an investor and consultant in the commercial real estate market. They have successfully been involved in over a quarter billion dollars transactions.

Mitch Lowe has been a leader in some of the most influential and disruptive companies in the entertainment business.

He was a cofounding executive of Netflix. After leaving Netflix, he became an executive at McDonald’s, eventually creating the DVD kiosk business that would become Redbox. Under his leadership as president and COO, Redbox became the third largest video rental company in America, growing to 35,000 locations and $1.5 billion in revenues.

Mitch invested in and became CEO of MoviePass, a movie theater subscription service that acquired three million subscribers in eight months. While MoviePass never succeeded, it significantly influenced the trajectory of the business of movie theatrical exhibition.

Lowe uses his experience from working with successful startups like Netflix, Redbox, and MoviePass to teach entrepreneurs how to simplify their business and to create winning product ideas using intuition, perseverance, analytical thinking, and love.


Mitch Lowe

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