Angus Davis

    • Why 2017 Investments Will Take Local Companies Farther With Less

      There was a point in recent history, around 2014, when it seemed like investment firms were throwing money around. “It was growth at all costs,” Upserve CEO Angus Davis told us earlier this year. “That was tolerated in 2014. I don’t think that’s the case nowadays.” That time is long gone. Davis says that 2017 is a more difficult time for tech companies, especially software ...

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  • The In-Between Stage for Startups: Visions of Growth and the Value of Pivots

    … still.” Angus Davis, founder and CEO of restaurant data analytics company Upserve, agrees that there is no finish line in business. For the past five years or so, Upserve’s team has been in a revenue growth stage, consistently building up its product and the range of things it offers customers. “We’re getting steps closer to fulfilling our vision…

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  • #SFSNYC Recap: 5 Key Takeaways from This Year’s Summit

    … Angus Davis, discussed the merits of balancing focus with strategic expansion opportunities. On the one hand, Rowlands noted that a fragmented market needs a leader. On the other, Richelson cautioned that the allure of going horizontal notwithstanding, products need to fit customer needs. Opening keynote speaker Josh McCarter, CEO of Booker, was more…

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