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Early-stage venture capital firm Amplify Partners has appointed Mike Dauber as general partner.
He joins from Battery Ventures, where he spent over six years driving investments in enterprise infrastructure and applications.
In his new role, Dauber will continue to fund and support the next generation of enterprise technology entrepreneurs.
"Having worked side by side as his colleague at Battery Ventures, and then again as his co-investor at Amplify Partners, I know Mike's talent, drive and commitment to helping entrepreneurs are second to none," says Sunil Dhaliwal, founder and general partner, Amplify Partners. "Mike will be a cornerstone of the firm and I'm thrilled to welcome him to the team."
Dauber brings deep experience in enterprise technology and a long operating and investing history to Amplify Partners. He is a frequent speaker on trends in enterprise technology and was recently recognised as an up-and-coming investor by Forbes Midas Brink List for several high-profile investments including Continuuity, Platfora, RelateIQ (acquired by Salesforce) and Splunk. His operational experience includes roles in engineering, business development and sales at Altera, Velio and Xilinx.
"Amplify Partners is pioneering a unique approach to enterprise IT investing," says Dauber. "The team has built an enviable portfolio, a strong reputation with entrepreneurs and an unparalleled network of advisors. I am eager to help build the preeminent investment firm exclusively focused building disruptive enterprise companies."
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