Chairman of the Board
Dan Ciporin is Chairman of the Board of Borderfree.
Elected Chairman in early 2010, Mr. Ciporin brings two decades of executive-level operational experience to the company, most recently as Chairman and CEO of Shopping.com, the pioneer in online comparison shopping.
grew from zero to over $100 million in revenues in just five years, culminating in the company's IPO in 2004 and later acquisition by eBay
for $680MM in 2005.
Dan Ciporin is currently a general partner at Canaan Partners, a global institutional venture capital firm with approximately $3 billion under active management.
joined Canaan's Connecticut office in 2007 to invest in emerging leaders in interactive technology and media, with a special emphasis on ecommerce and financial services.
Dan has also served as chairman of the Internet Lab, a US-Israeli incubator for early-stage consumer Internet startups, as Senior VP of MasterCard International, where he was responsible for the marketing and product management of all online global debit products, and as a strategy consultant for both Mars and Co. and Corporate Value Associates.
At Canaan, Dan sits on the boards of Lending Club, an innovative online lending community where people borrow and lend money, bypass the banks, and get better rates; OpenSky, a social shopping platform and marketplace that helps consumers discover and buy great products through established tastemakers and curators; Gemvara, a web-based service that is revolutionizing the jewelry market through 'Mass Customization' by empowering consumers to design fully personalized, high-quality jewelry; Shopkeep, a leader in cloud-based POS services; and Borro, a pioneer in the emerging consumer online market for secured asset lending.
Dan has also previously served on a variety of public company boards in addition to Shopping.com, including VistaPrint (VPRT); Primedia (PRM); and Corel (CREL).
earned an AB from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
and an MBA from Yale University.