NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sebastian Storfner has been named Vice President, Business Development and GM, West at Braavo.
Storfner will oversee the strategy and execution of the company’s worldwide business development as well as expansion of Braavo’s operations in San Francisco. In his position, he will work closely with the founding team on organizational growth, financing partnerships and new business opportunities and verticals.
“We are extremely happy to welcome Sebastian to the team to help continue executing our global expansion strategy for financing growth of mobile app businesses,” said Mark Loranger, Co-founder at Braavo. "Sebastian’s deep experience in the mobile ecosystem combined with his leadership skills make him the perfect fit for this role.”
Most recently, Storfner headed Corporate Development, Partnerships and Strategy at App Annie. Previously, he held the role of Director of Corporate Development for GREE International and prior to that, he was responsible for Corporate Development at Adknowledge. Storfner began his career in technology investment banking.
“I am very excited to join the incredible team at Braavo,” said Storfner. “I’ve been passionate about innovative financing models for many years, and believe Braavo’s technology-first approach to financing along with its vertical expertise in mobile is a massive competitive advantage.”
Storfner holds a bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics from Birmingham City University, and a Master in Finance from Florida International University. He also holds the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA®) designation.
About Braavo Capital
Braavo was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York City. Using data, integrations, and automation, Braavo delivers customized, performance-based funding for mobile app businesses on demand, without dilution or personal guarantees. From bootstrapped health & fitness apps to equity-backed mobile games, Braavo partners with founders to provide insights to scale predictably and capital to drive exceptional outcomes. The company has raised nearly $80MM in debt and equity from investors including e.ventures, SWS Venture Capital, SV Angel, BoxGroup, Mark 2 Capital and a number of successful angels and entrepreneurs from the fintech and mobile community.