Founder & Managing Partner,  Sultan Ventures
Omar is the co-founder and managing partner of Sultan Ventures and XLR8UH. He has received numerous personal and professional accolades including being recognized in 2014 along with his brother Tarik, as the Hawaii Venture Capital Association’s Investors of the Year; in 2015 by Hawaii Business Magazine’s 20 for the next 20, and by Pacific Business News’ Forty under 40. In 2017, XLR8UH was ranked as one of the top 30 accelerators in the US. 

Omar is also Vice President of the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Hawai’i, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that helps great entrepreneurs become great philanthropists, VP of Ala Wai Pharma, a drug delivery company focused on increasing the bioavailability of polar drugs, and also helps manage the UPSIDE Fund, a venture fund focused on commercializing University of Hawaii intellectual property.

He holds a BSM in Finance from Tulane University’s AB Freeman School of Business and an MBA from the Shidler College of Business.

Omar Sultan

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Mr. Omar Sultan Hawaii Startups

Omar Sultan

Founder & Managing Partner,  Sultan Ventures
Omar is the co-founder and managing partner of Sultan Ventures and XLR8UH. He has received numerous personal and professional accolades including being recognized in 2014 along with his brother Tarik, as the Hawaii Venture Capital Association’s Investors of the Year; in 2015 by Hawaii Business Magazine’s 20 for the next 20, and by Pacific Business News’ Forty under 40. In 2017, XLR8UH was ranked as one of the top 30 accelerators in the US. 

Omar is also Vice President of the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Hawai’i, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that helps great entrepreneurs become great philanthropists, VP of Ala Wai Pharma, a drug delivery company focused on increasing the bioavailability of polar drugs, and also helps manage the UPSIDE Fund, a venture fund focused on commercializing University of Hawaii intellectual property.

He holds a BSM in Finance from Tulane University’s AB Freeman School of Business and an MBA from the Shidler College of Business.

"Investors look at five things in startups: team, team, team, product, and market."

Courses Taught

Past Courses

Pitch Perfect (2018)

Discover the popular method used by today’s most successful startups and corporations to shorten product development cycles and jumpstart business growth Pitch Perfect CRAFT A

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Startup Business Law Hawaii
Past Courses

Business Law (2018)

For anyone who wants to protect their business assets, this course will teach you how to manage your legal risk regardless of where your business

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