About Dina Routhier
Dina Routhier has over 15 years experience of investing in and financing technology companies. She joined the Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation (MTDC) in 1999. Prior to joining MTDC, from 1995 to 1999, Mrs. Routhier managed a $400 million portfolio of loan commitments at Fleet National Bank (now Bank of America). As a member of the Bank's High Technology Division, she prospected, structured and originated new debt facilities to start-up and established companies operating with the technology and biotechnology industries. She came to Fleet National Bank from JP Morgan & Co., Inc. in New York City. Mrs. Routhier earned her MBA from Boston University and her Bachelor of Science in Management from Boston College.
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May 3, 2023
GVR Pod: Building through change May 3, 2023 • Fernando Moncada Rivera Stanley Ventures' Dina Routhier and Michael Mahan talk about the evolving investment landscape for building things. One of the interesting shifts that happened during the covid pandemic was in building things. Larger construction projects slowed down while at-home DIY projects took off as people spent time inside. This is but one of the patterns that Stanley Ventures, the investment unit of US tool company Stanley Black & Decker, had a front-row view to, sitting at the intersection of construction and consumer goods. Dina Routhier and Michael Mahan, the respective president and managing director of Stanley Ventures, join me on the show to talk about that shift and about how changes in a parent company’s business units – such as Stanley Black & Decker’s divestiture from its security and healthcare business and the launch of its outdoor tools business – can affect portfolio management. We also talk about emerging trends and technologies in the construction sector, what it’s like sitting in both construction and consumer markets, and what venturing units should do to best help them survive when their parent company has difficult decisions to make about its future. LEADERSHIP SOCIETY Informing, connecting, and transforming the global corporate venture capital ecosystem. The Global Corporate Venturing (GCV) Leadership Society’s mission is to help bridge the different strengths and ambitions of investors across industry sectors, geography, structure, and their returns.
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