Gregory Marcotte is an entrepreneur and real estate developer.
After graduating from Northeastern University in ’92 with a BS in Computer Science, his career commenced in the high tech communications industry. He worked at several companies involved in the early stages of the Internet, including Microcom and BBN Communications.
In 1998, Gregory co-founded Altiga Networks, a company that specialized in virtual private networking. After Altiga was acquired by Cisco Systems in 2000, Gregory stayed on board in helping to grow Cisco’s dominant market share of Virtual Private Networks in enterprise accounts.
After leaving Cisco Systems in 2002, Gregory soon went on to develop the largest indoor basketball sports complex in Massachusetts. Mass Premier Courts opened its doors in 2004 and Gregory continues to own and operate the facility alongside several other smaller real estate projects in the Boston area.
In addition, Gregory is currently an investor in Bessemer Ventures and Commonwealth Capital, while previously a member of Launchpad Venture Group. He also attended the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.