B2B technology companies face significant challenges when attempting to enter and quickly grow revenues in international markets.
After identifying these challenges back in 2008, DWCC was founded to offer a unique, trusted partnership to guide ambitious B2B technology companies through their international expansion, regardless of which stage they are at in their development.
Our mission has expanded to not only provide these companies with high-quality sales pipeline and revenue, with reduced customer acquisition costs, but to engage their buyers with superior value propositions, in their language, wherever they reside around the globe.
Over the course of 150+ engagements, our turnkey services have enabled many of the world’s most cutting edge technologies to successfully grow international revenues, increase their valuations and accelerate their journeys from Startup to Exit or IPO and beyond.
DWCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CEO & Founder
Craig has over 20 years' experience in global solution selling and has also worked in senior IT buying positions across a number of successful global technology start-ups. His other experience includes stints at Airbus and JP Morgan, where he served as SVP of EU Supply Chain Product Management.
More than 25 years in the SaaS/software business with roles in enterprise sales, business development, alliances and SaaS/Cloud solutions. Craig has held sales leadership positions at the likes of Borland, Compuware and TradeBeam, exceeding revenue targets across a variety of software solutions, from small start-ups to very large companies.
A strategic executive based in San Francisco, Andy has over 20 years' experience delivering right-fit partnerships and acquisitions for technology companies. Over the years he has held VP and Director positions in Business Development and Corporate Development at companies such as BinWise, TradeBeam, Vastera, Speedchain and Fritz.
Laine has over 20 years' experience in software delivery across global supply chain markets. He worked with Vastera as EMEA consulting manager and was also chief architect at JP Morgan Chase, where he was responsible for migrating legacy trade finance applications into a service-orientated architecture.