Andy Agrawal

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Andy Agrawal is a Managing Partner at DecisionPoint. He is a seasoned business executive with more than 25 years experience in principally healthcare and technology industries.  His transaction experience includes more than 50 M&A transactions in a variety of technology industries including software, healthcare, cleantech and ag/biotech.  Agrawal has been a speaker at various M&A and cleantech events in both the US and Canada.  His operational experience includes C-level operational roles in both public and private enterprises as well as personally completing more than a dozen operational assessments for venture capital funded companies.

Prior to joining DecisionPoint, Agrawal led both the M&A and transition management groups of a boutique merchant-banking firm for nine years focusing almost exclusively on venture capital funded companies in the US and Canada overseeing more than 50 successful engagements.  Agrawal was also the COO at RehabWorks, one of the nation’s largest providers of contract therapy services to the healthcare industry and a division of a $2B public healthcare company. He led a number of very successful initiatives through a tumultuous course of three public company mergers and the consolidation and reorganization of three operating divisions into one.

Agrawal has also been an active entrepreneur founding two start-ups and has provided interim management and advisory services to several early and mid-stage high growth companies in Austin, TX, Central Pennsylvania and Charlotte, NC. He has been active in organizations and advisory boards focused on mentoring and advising high growth companies, including the Commercialization Committee for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Technology Transfer). He holds a BA, cum laude, from Vassar College and a JD, magna cum laude, from the Boston University School of Law. Mr. Agrawal authored an article entitled, Forging a Path to Death and Dignity, which was published in the Boston University School of Law’s Law Review.