Harry Stebbings, the podcaster-turned-VC, is stepping down as a companion of Stride.VC, the London-based enterprise capital agency he co-founded with Fred Destin, previously of Accel.
In a series of tweets, Destin mentioned that Stebbings gained’t be concerned in Stride’s second fund (although he’ll stay a companion in fund one), and can as a substitute be specializing in his podcast franchise “The Twenty Minute VC” and working his personal micro fund, the aptly titled “20VC”.
“Harry’s 20VC podcast has remained his ardour and been flying excessive, creating alternatives which might be arduous to disregard. My bud desires to lean even tougher into the 20VC platform,” tweeted Destin.
In the identical Twitter thread, Destin mentioned he stays “absolutely dedicated to Stride and what the group is constructing”. That group, nonetheless, has now seen a plethora of personnel modifications because the VC agency was formally unveiled in late 2018. Most lately, Paris-based companion Pia d’Iribarne departed and has since co-founded New Wave. Stride additionally misplaced working companion Arj Soysa a couple of 12 months earlier. He’s now a finance director at Mubadala Capital in Europe.
Alongside Destin, Stride’s present group members embrace investor Pietro Invernizzi, finance and operations companion Ross W., and govt assistant Georgina Gallagher, in response to LinkedIn.
Each Stebbings and Destin declined to remark additional, pointing me to Destin’s tweets.