Startup founder, team builder, bootstrapper, software engineer, investor, designer. Previously at AngelList, Boston Consulting Group, Harvard Law School, UC Davis.
Founder of several ecommerce technology startups, including CakeStyle (women's fashion / personal styling space), doggyloot (pet products) and Lost Crates (subscription box services).
Currently bootstrapping 7-figure company. Founded and ran several technology startups, raised seed funding, and grew revenue into the millions. Ran fundraising operations at AngelList from launch to $100M.
I worked on the deal team and ran fundraising operations at AngelList, where our team closed over $100M in startup investments in the first year. I worked directly with syndicate leads, founders and backers.
I've been working remotely since I was 20, and run my current business as a distributed team.
I run a branded products company that works with top national companies. Previously, I worked on marketing at AngelList, and developed an innovative marketing program from scratch at CakeStyle.
It depends completely on the legal documents you both signed related to his investment in the company. Those documents will either provide for "information rights" or not. If the documents don't stipulate to these kinds of rights, you are not obliged to show the investor anything.