DealFlow Analytics LLC, a provider of information and data about capital formation via the Internet, has named Scott Schulman as Non-Executive Chairman of the company’s Advisory Committee. Mr. Schulman was previously President of Dow Jones Corporate Markets.
DealFlow Analytics, LLC, the innovative provider of information and data about capital formation via the Internet, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Scott Schulman as Non-Executive Chairman of the company’s Advisory Committee. Mr. Schulman was previously President of Dow Jones Corporate Markets after a distinguished 13-year career that included serving as President of Financial Information Services and leadership roles in strategy, product development and sales. Prior to Dow Jones, he was a partner in the Communications, Media and Technology practice at Booz Allen Hamilton.
“We’re tremendously excited to have an individual of Scott’s caliber and experience on our team,” said Steven Dresner, founder and President of DealFlow Analytics. “Scott’s successful background in top-tier financial information products and our vision for Dealflow.com are perfectly aligned, while his involvement will help DealFlow Analytics execute on our plan, expand our business and provide value to our clients. We welcome Scott aboard.”
“I am looking forward to advising Steven and his team as they build a robust business,” commented Mr. Schulman. “Revolutionary developments like the JOBS Act and the growth of crowdfunding are heralding a whole new era for how companies raise capital, and DealFlow Analytics is on the front lines of this historic transformation. I’m honored to be involved.”
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About DealFlow Analytics: DealFlow Analytics, LLC provides software and data for deal tracking, deal marketing, and transaction analysis via Dealflow.com and PrivateRaise.com. The company is focused on the intersection of finance with social media, the incorporation of contextual data into the transaction lifecycle, and the increasing use of the Internet to raise capital.