Pedro Moore is currently the CEO & Founder of FundingFuel, Inc., which is an investment service that allows anyone to own multiple franchises for as low as a $1,000 investment. Winner of the 2018 Black Enterprise Tech Connext Pitch Competition. Also, Pedro serves as the venture adviser to investor Daymond John of ABC Hit TV Show Shark Tank from Season Two to the present. Moore advises John on venture capital, due diligence, deal structure for his various deals from Shark Tank.

Pedro is also the owner of Bump N Play, Delaware’s first bubble soccer company, a uniquely modified version of soccer with a fun-filled twist. The company has been featured in publications including The News Journal, Delaware Business Today and Middletown Transcript, among other publications.

He is the former Executive Director of Delaware Innovation Fund and Investment Associate of Innovation Ventures, L.P. Both are venture capital funds focused on growth and early-stage investments in the areas of information technology, software and business information services related to legal and financial services.

A former member of the Minority Angel Investor Network, Pedro is a seasoned businessman who draws on the lessons and experience he gained over the course of a successful career in management, venture capital, and as an entrepreneur. He assisted in running a $98M dollar store operation with Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., managing over 20 employees. In 2010, he co-founded, The coIN Loft, Delaware’s first coworking space with the goal of building a stronger, more inclusive business community for Delaware’s small businesses.

Pedro is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a B.S. in business administration with a focus in marketing and management. While a senior on campus he founded the University of Delaware’s Entrepreneurship Club enabling students from all majors to learn about entrepreneurship.