Murray McCaig is a managing partner at ArcTern Ventures, a Canadian venture capital fund that invests in breakthrough startups solving climate change and sustainability. He is an experienced entrepreneur having founded and built two successful venture capital-backed startups from idea to exit: Spotnik Mobile, a wireless technology start-up he sold to TELUS, one of Canada’s major telecom operators, and EnviroTower, an advanced water treatment company. Prior to ArcTern, Murray was the managing director of the New York-based family office, RSL Investments (Estee Lauder family). Early in his career, he was a principal with the McKenna Group, a Silicon Valley-based management consulting group, where he worked with large global technology companies and early-stage ventures to develop strategies for new technologies and markets.
Murray holds an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and is a former Olympian who represented Canada at the 1992 Games.