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Product-Led Growth Practice Lead, Winning by Design
Board Member, Forrester (NASDAQ: FORR)
Dave Boyce leads the Product-led Growth (PLG) practice at Winning by Design and serves on the executive leadership team as GM of consulting. Dave has served on the board of Forrester since 2017 and is an advisor to and investor in a number of startup companies.
Previously, Dave served as Chief Strategy Officer of XANT Inc. He also served as Chief Executive Officer of ZenPrint LLC from November 2013 to July 2014. From 2010 to 2013 Boyce was the Founder and served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Fundly Inc., which was acquired by NonProfitEZ Inc.
Mr. Boyce served as Vice President of Strategy at Oracle’s retail business unit from 2005 to 2010, where he was responsible for 43 products globally. Revenue in his division grew from $80M to $350M over the same time period. Mr. Boyce was VP of Strategy and Business Development for ProfitLogic Inc., which was acquired by Oracle Inc. in 2005.
Mr. Boyce initially built his career in strategy consulting, advising Global 2000 companies and the governments of Cambodia and South Africa on new technologies, new product introductions and strategic M&A. Mr. Boyce served as a Principal Consultant of INTECorp and Asian Business Information. He was also a Strategy Consultant at Monitor Group.
Mr. Boyce has been a Director of Forrester Research, Inc. since June 2017. He served as a Member of the Advisory Board at TenMarks Education LLC, which was purchased by Amazon Inc. He served as a Director of Allegiance Inc., which was purchased by Maritz LLC. He served on BYU’s Marriott School of Management Marketing Advisory Board from 2009-2014. He currently invests in and advises companies pursuing a product-led growth strategies
Mr. Boyce holds a BA with highest honors in German Literature and Philosophy from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
- MBA, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Technology, Harvard Business School, 2000
- BA with University Honors, German Literature, BYU, 1994