September 23, 2017
Even those who don’t use it know exactly what Uber is and what it does. While not everyone needs a ride somewhere, everyone knows someone who does. And one reason Uber is so well known and highly regarded is due to the work of Cameron Poetzscher, who is that company’s Head of Corporate Development. That means he plays a key role in creating that company’s overall image.
Cameron Poetzscher
When it comes to leading challenging negotiations, or structuring difficult partnerships and acquisitions, leading difficult negotiations, and making deals, there are few executives who are better than Cameron Poetzscher to get the best results for his company. It is absolutely the case that he can get the job done in virtually any situation. It should surprise no one that Cameron Poetzscher has a great reputation as an executive. One reason for his success has been due to his proven finance, operational and deal-making experience. His extensive experience has made him one of the best problem solvers anywhere with an ability to attack problems with a creative and analytical approach. He is well-known for doing his best work under the most high-pressure, challenging situations.
March 18, 2017
For many years before he became tech giant Uber’s Head of Corporate Development, Cameron Poetzscher spent years proving himself to be an incredibly effective finance, operational and deal-making executive. The bulk of his career was spent at Goldman Sachs, where he was a global investment professional, providing many Fortune 50 companies and other highly regarded clients with the best investment advice and guidance possible.

While at Goldman, Cameron Poetzscher also handled a great many pre-IPO start-ups, including a large number that were supported by prominent venture capital firms. In addition to those, he also found himself directly involved in a large number of very highly publicized mergers and acquisitions transactions. Prior to his Goldman Sachs time, he served as a consultant for Booz & Co in Australia. At that point in his career, he dealt with almost everything, including operational issues and broader strategic and organizational considerations. Most of his experience has been focused on the technology, media and telecom arenas, but he also has considerable experience with a number of iconic industry leaders and innovators.