Kenneth Allen Fox is an American entrepreneur and investor.
Kenneth Allen Fox
|Education||Pennsylvania State University|
|Occupation||Managing Partner of Stripes Group|
Early life and educationEdit
Fox grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he started his first business at the age of 15, later graduating from Pennsylvania State University, with a B.S. in economics. He led the formation of The Fox Challenge at Pennsylvania State University. He completed his first IPO at 29.
Fox founded Stripes Group, a Manhattan-based growth equity firm that makes investments in internet, software-as-a-service (SaaS), and branded consumer products companies. It has invested in branded consumer companies including Stella & Chewy's, Reformation, Levain Bakery, Califia Farms, ON Running, Siete Family Foods, and SmartWool, internet marketplaces including GrubHub, GoFundMe, Udemy, and Upwork, and SaaS & Internet businesses including Monday.com, FullStory, Flatiron Health, eMarketer, Remitly, Refinery29, and SPINS. He founded Stripes Group, LLC in February 2008 and is its Managing Partner.
He is a co-founder of A10 Capital, a commercial mortgage lender.
Directorships and board membershipsEdit
He also currently serves as a Director of
|On Holding AG|
|Pleo Technologies ApS,|
|Sandata Technologies, LLC|
|Snooze Holdings, LLC|
|Stella & Chewy's, LLC|
Honors and awardsEdit
Fox was named the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2000. He won the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement, and was named by the Industry Standard as the Most Innovative B2B Executive.
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