Lecturer of Entrepreneurship
• MBA, INSEAD Business School
• B.Sc. Botany and zoology, King’s College, University of London
David Frodsham is a lecturer in the Entrepreneurship Department with a focus on the elective Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC) course. He has a degree in Botany and Zoology from King’s College London, University of London and an MBA from INSEAD in France.
He has spent most of his career in leadership roles of technology companies, including Psion, DIP, Phoenix Technologies and Argogroup. He has also held multiple board positions in companies such as Insignia Solutions, Nativ, PressRun, Moravia, Wadaro, Confidex, Canaree and the CEO Collaborative Forum.
More recently he has turned his focus to financial structuring, strategy and transactions as Managing Partner of Little Venice Partners, a corporate financial advisory firm, and has advised on several cross-border M&A transactions. He is also the interim CEO of Canaree, a fintech SaaS business that enables companies to improve their forward-looking financial strategies.
David Frodsham has worked with IESE on the VCIC since 2012.
Areas of interest.
* Capital raising
* Deal structuring
* International growth strategies