Josh Jones is a successful tech entrepreneur, having built dozens of companies, from software start-ups to international airlines. He is best known for innovation, creativity and commitment to successful business and community outcomes.
In 1996, Josh founded DreamHost – a Los Angeles-based web hosting company that has grown to employ over 250 people. He also founded HMC INQ, a venture fund that supports, cultivates, and finances start-ups created by Harvey Mudd College alums. Most recently he assembled top executives in the airline sector to successfully relaunch Ravn Alaska (and coming soon, Northern Pacific Airways), the largest regional air carrier in Alaska. The bulk of Josh’s fortune is attributable to his investment in Bitcoin back in 2010. He invests into startup businesses and partnerships out of his family office, Kill Capital.