Cameron Poetzscher, Corporate Executive

Cameron Poetzscher

When Cameron Poetzscher started out in his business career, he did so as a consultant with Booz and Company in Australia. From that position, his primary concentration was on hands-on operational issues. Those included such important functions as sales, forecasting and profitability, among other things, but he also has a hand in critical corporate functions, such as organizational issues and corporate strategies, as well as corporate due diligence.

That was only the beginning. Following Booz and Company, Cameron Poetzscher went on to earn an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School. That educational experience apparently sparked something because he stayed at HBS for a year, on their Finance Faculty, where he wrote up cases and did some important financial research into subjects like derivatives, hedging and liability management. Soon after that, Cameron then began a long stint at Goldman Sachs, where he did a little bit of everything for 17 years. His experience is strong; no wonder he landed at ride-sharing giant Uber, to help them with corporate development.

Tech Executive Cameron Poetzscher of Uber

Cameron Poetzscher

For a good many years, Cameron Poetzscher has enjoyed a very distinguished career as a difference-maker in the business world. For example, he spent 17 years at Goldman Sachs, as a global investment professional who gave investment advice and guidance to some of the most sophisticated and demanding clients anywhere. His clients included several Fortune 50 companies, of course, but a number of pre-IPO start-ups that were backed by leading venture capital firms were also among them. During his career, Cameron has worked on many complex high-profile mergers and acquisition transactions, IPOs and other financings, but there is actually a lot more.

Much of Cameron Poetzscher’s career has concentrated primarily on the technology, media and telecommunications sectors and there has been a significant emphasis on the Internet and entertainment areas. However, he also has worked closely with companies in many other fields, including the financial, healthcare, consumer products, natural resources, industrial, and real estate areas. Not only is his experience exhaustive, but it is also international in scope, with Cameron working on deals on five continents.

In recent years, tech business specialist Cameron Poetzscher has been the Head of Corporate Development for technology darling Uber. In that position, he has compiled a significant reputation a problem solver, as well as a strong executive with proven finance, operational and deal-making experience. He is highly regarded for his ability to approach problems in a highly creative and analytical manner and for his tendency to do his best work when is under the most pressure. His ability to lead the most difficult negotiations with poise and to get the best results gives him an advantage as a tech executive.

Bio: Cameron Poetzscher

He currently serves as the Head of Corporate Development for technology company Uber, but Cameron Poetzscher has been working for years to the point that he has gained a reputation as a strong executive with proven finance, operational and deal-making experience. Cameron tends to be a problem solver, and people like that about him. He tends to approach problems in a highly creative and analytical manner and he seems to do his best work in the highest-pressure, most challenging situations.

With tons of experience in leading difficult negotiations, as well as structuring partnerships and acquisitions, leading difficult negotiations, and making deals, even before he made his mark with Uber, Cameron Poetzscher enjoyed a very long career as a difference-maker. Through his 17 years with Goldman Sachs as a global investment professional, he managed to supply investment advice and guidance to many of the most sophisticated and demanding clients anywhere, including some companies in the Fortune 50. He also assisted with development and growth of many pre-IPO start-ups backed by leading venture capital firms and he worked on a number of complex high-profile transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and other types of financings.

Most of Cameron Poetzscher‘s career has been focused primarily on the technology, media and telecommunications sectors, with a strong concentration on the Internet and entertainment areas, but he also has considerable experience working with companies in a number of other fields, including the financial, healthcare, consumer products, natural resources, industrial, and real estate areas. His experience has also been international, having worked on deals in every corner of the world, having helped create deals on five continents.