Boundless Has A New Leader In Former Supplier CEO
David Klotter has joined Austin-based distributor Boundless Network Inc. (PPAI 267078, D11) as CEO. He will replace interim CEO Charley Dean.
- Previously, Klotter was a board member and the CEO of industry supplier TSC Apparel, which was acquired by S&S Activewear last fall. Prior to that, he was a board member and CEO of Marianna Industries and has held various executive and sales leadership roles throughout his 25-year career.
- Klotter comes on board Boundless as it embarks on its next phase of growth. His focus will include furthering the success of existing sales partners, recruiting new ones to the company and expanding the organization through strategic acquisitions.
- Boundless was acquired by Point Rider Capital and Treaty Oak Equity last year.
- Klotter’s predecessor, Dean, had served as the interim CEO since the time of the acquisition.
- Dean, who is a managing member of Point Rider Capital, will continue to serve as chairman of the board.
- Boundless was founded in 2005 and uses proprietary tech solutions to help clients build creative campaigns.
What They’re Saying:
- “Dave is an exceptional growth-oriented leader within the promotional products industry, and we are thrilled he will be leading Boundless’ continued growth in the future, both organically and through acquisitions,” Dean says.
- Ben Williams, Treaty Oak Equity’s managing director, says “Dave’s expertise in driving process improvements, developing talent and executing strategic acquisitions is a direct fit with our long-term plans for Boundless. The company will benefit from his thoughtful leadership. We are grateful for the hard work and strong leadership of our partner Charley Dean, who steered Boundless through a period of unprecedented growth.”
- On joining Boundless, Klotter says, “During my time leading a top promotional products supplier, I always admired Boundless as a leading distributor in the industry. Its team, culture and technology are what set it apart, and I am excited about where we can take Boundless going forward.”