Albert Bielinko

General Partner

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Albert has helped founders build businesses that matter at Titanium Ventures for the last nine years.

In a past life, he co-founded an on-demand food delivery service in Sydney. For his sins, Albert was an investment banker at Goldman Sachs for almost 5 years where he successfully avoided sleeping (and covered Technology, Media and Telecommunications, executing numerous transactions – from multibillion-dollar mergers to sales to IPOs). Albert started off as a corporate lawyer, giving him rudimentary legal ninja skills.

He has a keen sense for unconventional ideas that end up working. At university, he co-founded the Young Entrepreneurs Society, where he dressed up as a large bear and hi-fived students at Orientation Week to get new members. It worked! Albert spent years investing for a start-up funds management firm that grew to $3B AUM, so he knows what a small, passionate team can accomplish with ingenuity and lots of pizza.

Written Articles & Podcasts


Titanium Ventures Invests in Samsara Eco: Enabling Climate Repair Through Infinite Plastic Recycling

Industry Podcasts

Why This Financial Fund Is Investing in Our Industry


Titanium Ventures Leads Series C Round in Pexapark, an Award-Winning Company that Specializes in Renewable Energy


Investments in climate tech have never been more vital

Industry Podcasts

Tech-Enabled Unicorns & Navigating the Energy Transition

Industry Podcasts

CleanTechies Podcast: From Coal to Climate, VC Channel Sales Partners, LP Sentiment & More


Term Sheet: Titanium Ventures promotes Albert Bielinko, Jonathan Serfaty, and Eugin Lee

Titanium Ventures, a San Francisco and Sydney, Australia-based venture capital firm, promoted Albert Bielinko to general partner, Jonathan Serfaty to partner, head of data, and Eugin Lee to vice president.

By Fortune July 12, 2024

The quest to scale tiny climate startups

Albert Bielinko, General Partner at Titanium Ventures shares his insight on what it takes for a climate tech startup to secure funding.

By The Climate December 6, 2023

Investing in data and software will move the needle on climate change

Albert Bielinko, Climate Tech Partner at Titanium Ventures, shares his insight on how investing in data will move the needle on climate change software, specifically on in regards to climate transition, reducing waste and increasing efficiency, and how data is a key ingredient to climate change.

By TechNode Global July 12, 2023