Point Judith Capital, a Boston-based venture capital firm, today announced that it has rebranded to PJC, effective immediately. The transition to the PJC name is supported by a newly launched website, PJC.VC. The company’s rebranding reflects both the evolution of the firm as well as its vision for the future.
The company also announced the promotions of Matt Hayes and Mike Cunningham from Associates to Principals.
Previously, Matt Hayes was a member of the founding team at Teespring.com where he focused on seller growth, business development, strategic partnerships, and corporate initiatives. In Matt’s new role, he will focus on the firm’s consumer and enterprise technology investments.
Prior to joining PJC, Mike Cunningham was a member of EY’s Transaction Advisory Services Group where he worked with companies of various sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to startups. In his new role, Mike will focus on investing and supporting software, Internet, and technology companies in the consumer, enterprise, energy, and healthcare industries.
“Our new name and website better represent the evolution of our firm and our strategy moving forward,” said David Martirano, Managing Partner of PJC. “We’ve seen many changes in the market and within our firm over the last 15 years – from writing $1-3 million checks in the early 2000s to now writing seed checks as low as $250,000. The rebrand to PJC reflects our new approach and what we see for the future. We’re proud to celebrate Matt and Mike’s contributions to the firm thus far and are excited for PJC’s future as we continue to evolve and innovate.”