Rob Weber is a Managing Partner at Great North Labs, an early stage venture fund primarily
focused on helping founders launch and scale companies in Minnesota and the upper Midwest.
Prior to Great North Labs, Rob co-founded NativeX (formerly named W3i/Freeze.com) in 2000.
Rob has been a successful entrepreneur since the age of 16 when he, along with his brothers,
launched their first e-marketing business. By the age of 20 the Weber brothers had turned their
basement endeavors into a multi-million-dollar business, and Rob became CEO.
In 2006, Rob shared the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award with his twin brother,
and business partner, Ryan Weber. Rob was also named to the 2007 Inc. “5,000 CEO’s Under
Rob received his B.S. in Entrepreneurship from St. Cloud State University, and has been one of
the most active regional angel investors since 2005 when he co-founded the 32 Degrees angel
fund. Rob previously served on the Board of Directors for Minnestar, the 20,000+ member
community of Minnesota tech enthusiasts and is currently on the board of Minneapolis-based