Spanish serial entrepreneur. Founder of PetCoach.co. Acquired by Petco in 2017. DreamIt Ventures accelerator alumni (Austin 14).
I'm a spanish enthusiast of startups and soccer.
I've been building international startups since 6 years ago. I started with a digital advertising agency that in the second year was making over $1.5M in revenue. Now I'm working on my new venture, PetCoach.co, the go-to app for pet parents. We've partnered with one of the largest media publishers in the space to market PetCoach.
I've also participated in a great accelerator program: DreamIt Ventures (Austin 14) and I would love to share my experience with you.
I enjoy very much helping people with ideas in paper-stage and guiding them on how to move forward with their ideas with a lean approach.
Looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experience and helping you start your next business.
Languages: Spanish & English
In a startup, I would only accept debt (unless is convertible debt) if you have significant revenues to pay off the debt with your current cash flow and are looking just for extra cash to invest in growth without getting diluted.
Considering you are at a seed stage, thus no (significant) revenue, I wouldn't accept this, specially if they are also requesting a collateral.
I met David at The Marmon Group 2002 Global Trade Institute [MGGTI] in Chicago.
This was a high impact student's conference organised by Junior Achievement International in 2002. It was designed to give selected, high achieving students from 112 JA Member Nations the opportunity to learn more extensively about entrepreneurship, international business, global economics, business ethics, management practices, and other such topics.
David has an amazing personality, and I knew then as I know now that he would be a success.
A wonderful friend, and definitely one of my business partners in time to come.