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SuperReturn US West
September 15-17, 2025
Hilton Los Angeles Universal CityLos Angeles

Dinesh Moorjani
Founder & Managing Partner at Time Zero Capital


Dinesh Moorjani is a serial tech founder, CEO, and investor. He’s the founding partner of Time Zero Capital, a venture capital firm focused on responsible innovation.

He was the Founder and CEO of Hatch Labs, where he cofounded numerous mobile software companies from ground up, including Tinder (NASDAQ: MTCH). Dinesh has started several other software businesses including Saffronart, a global eCommerce marketplace and auction house for Indian fine art and collectibles, and Monet Analytics, a human sentiment AI analytics SaaS business.

Dinesh served in numerous executive leadership roles at multinational corporations, including as Managing Director at Comcast Ventures, Sr. Vice President and Group Head of Mobility at IAC/InterActive Corp, and in various leadership roles at Samsung Electronics in the US and Asia. He built his early career in the Global Energy Practice at AD Little, Investment Management at Goldman Sachs, and as an early employee at Mainspring (IPO, 2000 and acquired by IBM, 2001).

Dinesh served as an independent board director at Alight (NYSE: ALIT) and on the advisory boards of Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Assurant, and Cox Automotive. He held the board observer seat at Zoox, a leader in autonomous vehicles, acquired by Amazon. Dinesh served as an advisor to Warburg Pincus, the global private equity firm, where he was previously an EIR sitting on company boards and co-investing alongside the firm.

Dinesh is a faculty advisor and senior lecturer at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, and regularly guest lectures at Harvard and MIT. He serves on the Harvard Business School (HBS) California Research Center Advisory Board and conducts research in the Stanford Urban Informatics Lab and Stanford Long-Term Investing Initiative. He supports disenfranchised youth and education through his non-profit work as a board director at the United Friends of the Children and the Organization for Social Media Safety, and serves as a Board Trustee at the University of California, Merced.

Dinesh earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Northwestern University and MBA from Harvard. He is a PhD Candidate at Stanford University.

Agenda Sessions

  • Putting capital to work: deploying dry powder to maximum effect