Mo Jomaa, Alex Nichols and Jane Alexander will now serve as CapitalG's newest investment partners.
CapitalG, the corporate venture fund of US-based conglomerate Alphabet, has promoted Mo Jomaa and Alex Nichols while also hiring Jane Alexander.
Jomaa and Nichols have been at CapitalG for six years and will now be the firm’s partners. Nichols was previously the vice president of CapitalG before accepting his current position. He will now be leading investments in software and consumer products.
Nichols was previously was a tech investment banker for two years at Goldman Sachs, a global investment banking company.
Jomaa will focus on investments in data infrastructure and analytics companies. He was previously an investor at CapitalG, leading investments in startups such as Databricks, New Relix and Collibra. He spent two years as an investment banking analyst in technology at Morgan Stanley, the US-based investment bank.
New hire Alexander will be an investment partner at CapitalG. She will focus on investments in the enterprise software sector. She was chief marketing officer for two years at Carta, a US-based software development company. She also spent two years at SalesforceIQ, the daughter company of US-based software corporation Salesforce, where she was a regional manager for the Europe, Middle East and Asia.
CapitalG was founded in 2013. The growth investment firm invests in companies operating in the technology sector, with 42 companies in its portfolio including Armis, Mantl and Cuemath.