Sunny Dhillon

Sunny Dhillon is a partner at Signia Venture Partners, which he helped found in 2012 after launching one of the App Store's first mobile dating companies and investing in early stage digital media start-ups for Pritzker Group Venture Capital in LA and Chicago. He was previously an M&A analyst in technology investment banking at Rothschild in London, the first business development hire at a venture backed spin-off of New Line Cinema, and a corporate strategist for Warner Bros. He is on the board of Cents of Relief, a charity based in Connecticut that focuses on reducing human trafficking in Indian urban slums. He is a regular speaker and writer on AR/VR, gaming, media, and venture capital. Sunny serves as Board Observer with Signia’s investments in Super Evil Megacorp, Tenor, and 8i. He also worked closely with Signia's investments in auto startup, Cruise (acquired by GM for $1bn+), and PC gaming company, Phoenix Labs. He invests across consumer and enterprise sector startups, with a particular interest in gaming, consumer tech, e-commerce, and virtual reality.