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Executives

10

Board of Directors

3

TouchBistro Board of Directors

3 Board of directors

TouchBistro has 3 board of directors, including Alex Baker.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Alex Baker

7shifts, Automat.ai, Blue J, Greenlight, GrowLab Ventures, Influitive, Influitive, Jana Mobile, Nymi, Prove, Swift Medical, and Viewdle

Damien Steel

Technology focused venture capitalist with operations and finance expertise. Have worked with numerous growth companies on financing, M&A and strategic growth initiatives. Passionate about building and scaling companies and working with high energy entrepreneurs.

DuckDuckGo, Felix & Paul Studios, Fusebill, Hopper, Kaleo Software, Klipfolio, and Wave Financial

John Albright

John is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Relay Ventures, an early stage venture fund exclusively focused on mobile connectivity. During his tenure in the venture capital business, John has gained extensive experience assisting entrepreneurs shape their vision and capital plans into successful long term growth programs which typically involved an aggressive financing strategy. John has a history of assisting entrepreneurial companies through significant growth and eventually to the public markets. His ability to work with and advise senior management of investee companies, as well as his skills in filling supporting roles where existing management lack the experience or skill set, has been vital to the success of past investments. John currently serves as a director of Nexage, Fuse Powered, Achievers, ClearFit, Blue Ant Media, InPowered, Difference Capital Funding, Kira Talent, theScore, OCAD University, and Bionym. In addition, John serves as an advisor to The Next 36, Ryerson Digital Media Zone, and OCAD University’s Imagination Catalyst. John previously served on the board of: Aepona (Acquired by Intel May 2013), Fun Technology (IPO 2003, acquired by Liberty Media 2006), Q9 Networks (IPO 2004, acquired by Abry 2008, Bell 2012), Descartes (IPO 1997), Triple G (IPO 2001, acquired by General Electric 2003), QuickPlay Media (acquired by Madison Dearborn, 2012), Bioscrypt (IPO 2002, acquired by L-1 in 2008) and Sirit (IPO 1998, acquired by Federal Signal 2010). John is a Chartered Financial Analyst and received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University. John is based in our Toronto office. John serves as a director of the Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (CVCA). John previously served on the board of Fun Technology (IPO 2003, acquired by Liberty Media 2006), Q9 Networks (IPO 2004, acquired by Abry 2008, Bell 2012), Descartes (IPO 1997), Triple G (IPO 2001, acquired by General Electric 2003 ), Bioscrypt (IPO 2002, acquired by L-1 in 2008) and Sirit (IPO 1998, acquired by Federal Signal 2010).

 John is a Chartered Financial Analyst and received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University. John is based in our Toronto office.

Achievers, Aepona, Alate Partners, ClearFit, Digby, ecobee, Fuse Powered, GlassBOX Television, inPowered, Nexage, NUVO Network Management, Padopolis, Q9 Networks, Shoplogix, SIRIT, Viewdle, and Ziplocal

Name

Alex Baker

Damien Steel

John Albright

Firm

Work History

Technology focused venture capitalist with operations and finance expertise. Have worked with numerous growth companies on financing, M&A and strategic growth initiatives. Passionate about building and scaling companies and working with high energy entrepreneurs.

John is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Relay Ventures, an early stage venture fund exclusively focused on mobile connectivity. During his tenure in the venture capital business, John has gained extensive experience assisting entrepreneurs shape their vision and capital plans into successful long term growth programs which typically involved an aggressive financing strategy. John has a history of assisting entrepreneurial companies through significant growth and eventually to the public markets. His ability to work with and advise senior management of investee companies, as well as his skills in filling supporting roles where existing management lack the experience or skill set, has been vital to the success of past investments. John currently serves as a director of Nexage, Fuse Powered, Achievers, ClearFit, Blue Ant Media, InPowered, Difference Capital Funding, Kira Talent, theScore, OCAD University, and Bionym. In addition, John serves as an advisor to The Next 36, Ryerson Digital Media Zone, and OCAD University’s Imagination Catalyst. John previously served on the board of: Aepona (Acquired by Intel May 2013), Fun Technology (IPO 2003, acquired by Liberty Media 2006), Q9 Networks (IPO 2004, acquired by Abry 2008, Bell 2012), Descartes (IPO 1997), Triple G (IPO 2001, acquired by General Electric 2003), QuickPlay Media (acquired by Madison Dearborn, 2012), Bioscrypt (IPO 2002, acquired by L-1 in 2008) and Sirit (IPO 1998, acquired by Federal Signal 2010). John is a Chartered Financial Analyst and received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University. John is based in our Toronto office. John serves as a director of the Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (CVCA). John previously served on the board of Fun Technology (IPO 2003, acquired by Liberty Media 2006), Q9 Networks (IPO 2004, acquired by Abry 2008, Bell 2012), Descartes (IPO 1997), Triple G (IPO 2001, acquired by General Electric 2003 ), Bioscrypt (IPO 2002, acquired by L-1 in 2008) and Sirit (IPO 1998, acquired by Federal Signal 2010).

 John is a Chartered Financial Analyst and received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University. John is based in our Toronto office.

Other Seats

7shifts, Automat.ai, Blue J, Greenlight, GrowLab Ventures, Influitive, Influitive, Jana Mobile, Nymi, Prove, Swift Medical, and Viewdle

DuckDuckGo, Felix & Paul Studios, Fusebill, Hopper, Kaleo Software, Klipfolio, and Wave Financial

Achievers, Aepona, Alate Partners, ClearFit, Digby, ecobee, Fuse Powered, GlassBOX Television, inPowered, Nexage, NUVO Network Management, Padopolis, Q9 Networks, Shoplogix, SIRIT, Viewdle, and Ziplocal

TouchBistro Management Team

10 Team Members

TouchBistro has 10 executives. TouchBistro's founder is Geordie Konrad. TouchBistro's current Founder, Chief Executive Officer is Alex Barrotti.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Alex Barrotti

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Geordie Konrad

Founder

Current

Samir Zabaneh

Chief Executive Officer

Current

John Doolittle CPA CA

OpenText, Mattamy Homes, and Nortel Networks

Chief Financial Officer

Current

Aris Zakinthinos

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Name

Alex Barrotti

Geordie Konrad

Samir Zabaneh

John Doolittle CPA CA

Aris Zakinthinos

Work History

OpenText, Mattamy Homes, and Nortel Networks

Title

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Founder

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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