Moses Ma is a partner at NextGEN ventures and consulting, a strategic consulting firm that also runs a boutique high tech venture accelerator in San Francisco, with startups in enterprise software, digital media and wireless technology.
Featured in Time Magazine, the New York Times and other publications, his professional life has spanned academia, science, technology, philosophy and business. He has been involved in the forefront of many technologies: as a games designer he created SpectreVR, which invented the category of networked games; he co-developed with IBM the first specification for universal identity on the Internet; he invented the concept of eMarkets and helped to establish the foundational guidelines for the semantic Web. He has served for the CommerceNet thinktank, the Idea Factory, and Nokia Innovent.
NextGEN also operates a selective strategic consulting practice that works with Fortune 500 companies like Wells Fargo, Nokia, and Mitsubishi. He has also produced a number of conferences, such as The Cameraphone Summit, which kicked off the mobile imaging industry, and The B2B Big Bang global conference. He is a graduate of Caltech.