Jordan Fliegel is an American entrepreneur and early-stage technology investor, focused on the sports industry. He is currently Managing Director of the Techstars Sports Accelerator, which he launched in 2019. Techstars Sports invests $120,000 per company in 10 startups annually, and provides mentorship, office space and hands-on support, accelerating portfolio companies from Seed to Series A.
Mr. Fliegel was previously co-CEO of Draft.com ("DRAFT"), a venture-backed fantasy sports company headquartered in NYC. In 2017, he sold DRAFT for $48M to Paddy Power Betfair. Before DRAFT, he was Founder and CEO of CoachUp.com, the leading sports coaching platform with over 25,000 coaches, backed by $15M in venture-capital and headquartered in Boston. NBA MVP Stephen Curry is Fliegel's partner and the lead spokesman at CoachUp.
Mr. Fliegel is active in the startup community: he was Chairman of Athletes of Valor, a venture-backed social impact company that helps veterans transition from service to career through college athletics , which was bought by CoachUp in 2018, is an angel investor and advisor in over 50 startups , writes and lecturers on entrepreneurship, angel investing, and leadership , and is the author of two books, "Coaching Up!" (Wiley & Sons, 2016)  and "Reaching Another Level." Mr. Fliegel and his companies were named Inc “30 under 30”, Forbes "30 under 30", BBJ “40 under 40”, and Finalist for Ernst & Young “New England Entrepreneur of the Year”.