Vincent Bradley is a serial entrepreneur with a diverse background in product and business development. Before co-founding FlashFunders, Bradley consulted for several technology startups, providing them with growth and product guidance. Prior to consulting, Vincent co-founded Ridotto, a virtual currency sports betting startup. Bradley also spent time working with Osprey Global Solutions (OGS), a frontier market consulting firm. While at Osprey, he focused on business development for OGS throughout the Middle East, Europe and North Africa. Prior to Osprey, Bradley was an early employee at FindTheBest, where he helped to build out its business development team.
Bradley holds a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Michigan and holds Series 7 and Series 63 securities licenses.
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