Gavin Turner, a Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Mainsail Partners, was named to GrowthCap’s Top 25 Software Investor list of 2020.
“The most rewarding part of my job is investing in founder-led software companies that we believe have tremendous potential and striving to help them unlock the uppermost range of that potential. Mainsail was purpose-built to help bootstrapped founders succeed and seventeen years later that remains at the center of our mission and strategy.”
GrowthCap’s Top 25 Software Investors of 2020 recognizes those they have found to have demonstrated, over many years, their keen ability to consistently identify exceptional software companies and play a significant role towards the rapid expansion and ultimate success of such companies. To be a top performer in software investing involves a unique combination of analytical rigor, investment judgement, and leadership acumen. This year’s awardees embody all of the key attributes above and more. Read more about Gavin and his fellow honorees here.
The Top 25 Software Investors of 2020 recognition presented herein is awarded by GrowthCap, a third-party that is not affiliated with Mainsail Partners or an investor in Mainsail Partners-sponsored vehicles. The recognition was awarded on 10/12/20 for the period 2020. GrowthCap independently assessed nominees based on written responses to questions on GrowthCap’s nomination form as well as nominees’ track record, breadth of experience, and overall investing capabilities. The number of nominees reviewed for this recognition was not disclosed to Mainsail, and therefore, it and the percentage of nominees receiving the recognition, cannot be disclosed herein. GrowthCap’s recognition based on its own evaluation and opinion and is not indicative of Mainsail Partners’ future performance, and does not reflect the experience of, or any rating by, Mainsail Partners’ investors. Mainsail Partners paid a fee to distribute the GrowthCap Top 25 Software Investors of 2020 results. The receipt of compensation influences, and is likely to present a potential material conflict of interest, relating to the rating. There can be no assurance that other providers or surveys would reach the same conclusions as the foregoing. For more information regarding this recognition, please see the linked publication.