Pep Gómez

Pep Gómez (25) is now the managing director for NUMA acceleration program in Barcelona. Mostly known for having founded Fever, the event discovery app (that received more than €25M in funding from venture capitalists), Pep founded his first company when he was 14. Prior to that, he worked as head of speakers for Campus Party (the largest tech festival in the world) and worked with a Latin Grammy awarded music band. At age 15, he started a music marketplace called Redondea & also worked with some NGOs and non-profit organizations like WWB (Webmasters Without Borders), iWeekend or Iniciador Foundation. At the age of 16, he moved to Silicon Valley to work on strategy consulting and venture capital with Solon Ventures. Then he started Fever, the largest event discovery platform in the world. Now, he spends his time investing in early stage companies and working with other entrepreneurs at NUMA Barcelona.    

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