Dave Dutch
CEO
OrderMyGear

(5.0)
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Awards:
Top SaaS CEOs 2019

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Dave Dutch is the CEO of OrderMyGear, the leading software solution to online stores, providing order management and supply chain software to the team sporting goods and group apparel markets. Dave joined the company in January 2019 inspired by its tremendous potential. In 2018, OrderMyGear facilitated orders for thousands of dealers, tens of thousands of teams and groups, and millions of coaches, athletes, fans, and administrators.

Dave has a long history of leading tech companies into and through the rapid growth phase. Prior to OrderMyGear, Dave was the CEO of PayLease, which he grew from $4m to $100 million in annualized revenue, employing close to 300 employees. He also led PayLease through two successful liquidity events and an acquisition.

Dave is heavily involved in the tech entrepreneurship ecosystem. He currently serves on the boards of three companies – Trakref, Real Green Systems and Raken. He is also a senior advisor to Growth Street Partners, a growth equity firm out of San Francisco. Dave started his career in the United States Navy in Special Operations. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy earning a bachelor’s in Ocean Physics and from Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business where he earned an MBA.

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  1. Proven leader to grow Saas companies both in revenue and in size, as well as a leader who practices what he preachers – he goes all in on culture and growth and he walks the walk. He has been a leader of many SaaS companies where the business saw immense growth and unbelievable success under his Leadership. If you polled very person working for him and at his companies, I guarantee each person would vouch he is a true Leader and someone you can learn from and grow with and you just want to be apart of his companies.

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