Award winning tech entrepreneur David Levine joins @YourFLOCK as an advisor.
David is the founder and ex CEO of award-winning DigitalBridge which is an multi award winning AI-powered Guided Design platform for bathroom and kitchen retailers. Their mission is to help anyone design beautiful living spaces for themselves and their family, irrespective of their design experience.
David is a Non-Exec Director at 3D marketplace CGHero and advises a number of startups and scaleups across the country. Previously he was Global Head of Connected Car at Vodafone, European BizDev Director at ConnectedNavigation company INRIX (formerly ITIS) and spent 7 years in the Office of the CTO at HP.
David has raised substantial angel and venture funding, has started and scaled startups and spent many years selling to businesses all over the world, his focus for YourFLOCK will be on getting the business investment-ready for the next round and putting in place plans to scale up the business – to meet the demands of customers.
As Dan Sodergren says:
“David has spent years selling software to businesses and understands exactly what it takes to get deals done. Our recent investment from GC Angels allows us to start turning our concept into reality and David’s appointment is the first of many exciting steps as part of the Your FLOCK experience.”
As Michal Wisniewski says:
“David has been here before and knows what a startup like ours needs to do to become successful. Not just with the implementation of a new product but a new culture and a new potential too. We are very happy to have him”
With Your FLOCK looking for just shy of $2 million in 2022 – there isn’t a better time to have such a person onboard.
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