Chief Executive Officer
Drew Green is a seasoned entrepreneur and an expert in managing fast-paced, high-growth companies. A visionary leader, Green joined INDOCHINO as CEO in 2015, and since then has created one of the worlds fastest growing apparel brands. Between 2015-2017 Drew has established up to $90M CDN in strategic capital commitments for INDOCHINO, with only 24% shareholder dilution. His focus, dedication and decisiveness has tripled the size of the company, profitably, since 2015. Through a commitment to an experience based omni-channel commerce strategy INDOCHINO has expanded its retail network across North America, and dramatically increased its product assortment to become the undisputed global leader in made-to-measure apparel.
Prior to INDOCHINO, Drew founded and was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SHOP.CA, Canada’s first multi-merchant marketplace, which is now owned by a holding company that has successfully combined several eCommerce brands, globally. Over his career, Drew has helped create billions in shareholder value through leadership roles at DoubleClick (acquired by Google), SHOP.COM (acquired by Market America) and Flonetwork (acquired by DoubleClick).
A sought after technology, ecommerce and retail expert, Drew has presented to tens of thousands of industry peers, leaders, students and entrepreneurs globally through events, conferences and educational forums and customarily gets the audience to high five before he starts. In 2017 he gave the keynote presentation at National Retail Federation's BIG SHOW which was attended by 35,000 retail executives and was the Keynote speaker at Internet Retailer in Australia in August 2017. Drew has been quoted in more than 1,000 news outlets over his career, including the New York Times, Fortune, Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, National Post, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Huffington Post, Tech Crunch, Yahoo, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, BusinessWeek, BNN, CNN and CBC.
Drew is a member of several private company boards and is proud to be a member of the Board of Directors at The Scarborough Hospital Foundation which oversees a network of hospitals within one of the most underprivileged and underfunded urban areas in Canada.
Partner, Madrona Venture Group
Scott joined Madrona Venture Group in 2007 and serves on the boards of INDOCHINO, Teachstreet and Yieldex. He also served on the board of Jambool prior to its acquisition by Google in 2010. Scott is particularly interested in consumer web, e-commerce, digital media, and mobile technologies that present opportunities for disruption of large, established markets. Prior to joining Madrona, Scott worked at Amazon.com, where he held senior product and business management positions in the Amazon Kindle and Marketplace groups. Scott graduated cum laude from Northwestern University, where he received his bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and Economics. He received an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.
Partner, Highland Consumer Partners
Peter is a Managing General Partner of Highland Consumer Partners. He has more than 18 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital. He is involved in all aspects of the investment process from investment origination, transaction negotiation, and execution of post-closing development. Prior to Highland Consumer Partners, Peter was a Managing Director at H.I.G. Capital LLC, a leading middle market private equity firm. Peter graduated from Babson College with BS in Finance, Investment and Economics and holds an M.B.A from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
Principal, Highland Consumer Partners
Michael is a Principal at Highland Consumer Partners where he focuses on consumer goods, services and specialty retailers. He is actively involved in the Highland Consumer Partners' interests in True Science, City Sports, Pharmaca, Life Gear and Guitar Center. Previously, Michael was a Senior Analyst in the Consumer & Retail Corporate Finance Group at William Blair & Company. Micahel graduated from University of Chicago with an A.B. Economics and Public Policy.