Juliet Bailin

Associate Partner
If you lived during the Renaissance, you would want to be in Florence. The industrial revolution? Manchester. Today, you want to work in tech in Europe.

Hello! My name is Juliet and I've been with the Mosaic team since 2018. Before that, I was with Insight Ventures in New York. It was during my time there, partnering with innovative teams including Hinge Health, Nearpod, Parachute Health, and Virgin Pulse that I realised that I wanted to support founders far earlier and join a start-up ecosystem that was itself in hyper growth. London was calling.

History was my first love (and my focus at Harvard University, with a dissertation on the South African War) but tech has been my most fervent. Back in high school I convinced my teacher to let me drop out of physics to build my first website (which thankfully can no longer be found). At Harvard, I led the largest undergraduate business organisation, Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business, and designed our conference's first mobile application. Today, I am most intrigued by ideas that dissolve enterprise inefficiencies and by technologies that extract behaviour-changing insights from the deluge of data individuals and organisations generate every day.

When I am not meeting Europe's most forward-thinking humans, you can find me running in Regents Park, making risotto, or reading historical fiction.

Juliet Bailin

Associate Partner
If you lived during the Renaissance, you would want to be in Florence. The industrial revolution? Manchester. Today, you want to work in tech in Europe.

Hello! My name is Juliet and I've been with the Mosaic team since 2018. Before that, I was with Insight Ventures in New York. It was during my time there, partnering with innovative teams including Hinge Health, Nearpod, Parachute Health, and Virgin Pulse that I realised that I wanted to support founders far earlier and join a start-up ecosystem that was itself in hyper growth. London was calling.

History was my first love (and my focus at Harvard University, with a dissertation on the South African War) but tech has been my most fervent. Back in high school I convinced my teacher to let me drop out of physics to build my first website (which thankfully can no longer be found). At Harvard, I led the largest undergraduate business organisation, Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business, and designed our conference's first mobile application. Today, I am most intrigued by ideas that dissolve enterprise inefficiencies and by technologies that extract behaviour-changing insights from the deluge of data individuals and organisations generate every day.

When I am not meeting Europe's most forward-thinking humans, you can find me running in Regents Park, making risotto, or reading historical fiction.

Juliet Bailin

Associate Partner
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If you lived during the Renaissance, you would want to be in Florence. The industrial revolution? Manchester. Today, you want to work in tech in Europe.

Hello! My name is Juliet and I've been with the Mosaic team since 2018. Before that, I was with Insight Ventures in New York. It was during my time there, partnering with innovative teams including Hinge Health, Nearpod, Parachute Health, and Virgin Pulse that I realised that I wanted to support founders far earlier and join a start-up ecosystem that was itself in hyper growth. London was calling.

History was my first love (and my focus at Harvard University, with a dissertation on the South African War) but tech has been my most fervent. Back in high school I convinced my teacher to let me drop out of physics to build my first website (which thankfully can no longer be found). At Harvard, I led the largest undergraduate business organisation, Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business, and designed our conference's first mobile application. Today, I am most intrigued by ideas that dissolve enterprise inefficiencies and by technologies that extract behaviour-changing insights from the deluge of data individuals and organisations generate every day.

When I am not meeting Europe's most forward-thinking humans, you can find me running in Regents Park, making risotto, or reading historical fiction.

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