Nick joined QuestMark in 2006 and focuses on growth equity investments in SaaS/enterprise software, mobile software platforms, infrastructure software, security, communications, storage, consumer internet, digital media, and tech-enabled business services. Nick most recently led QuestMark’s investments in Peloton and KeyMe. Nick currently serves on the boards of KeyMe and Vidyo and is a board observer for ADARA and Venafi. In the past, he served on the board of Rhythm NewMedia (acquired by blinkx) and as a board observer for Applause (acquired by Vista Equity Partners).
Prior to joining QuestMark, Nick was a management consultant with American Management Systems (now CGI Group, Inc.), where he advised clients on technology infrastructure implementations and software evaluations, and assisted in business development opportunities. Previously, he served as director of marketing and partnerships for Hannon Hill Corporation, a web content management start-up company.
Nick is a graduate of Duke University and served on the board of the Duke Club of Washington from 2004-2016, among other alumni boards. Nick also co-founded the Duke Band Alumni Association, the largest active Duke Alumni affinity group. He enjoys watching Blue Devil basketball, playing in the Duke Alumni Pep Band, and watching his favorite NY sports teams.
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