Office Location:
Lawrenceville, NJ
“Some people dream of great accomplishments; others stay awake and do them.”

David joined Edison as an Associate in 2007 and was promoted to Principal in 2011. He has spent his entire career in the technology industry, in companies ranging from small startups to the Fortune 500. David brings a hands-on perspective to his role at Edison through his prior experience in software development, product management, and management consulting.

David focuses on the eCommerce, Interactive Marketing, and Enterprise 2.0 industries at Edison. He also covers the Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey regions, and speaks frequently at regional events.

David led Edison's investment in RealMatch and sourced investments in Arkadium, Motionsoft, NetProspex, and CallCopy. He serves as a board member at RealMatch and board observer at Arkadium, The Neat Company and Cadient Group.

David Nevas seeks to partner with great entrepreneurs in emerging eCommerce, Interactive Marketing, and Enterprise companies.

Prior Experience

David has over seven years of experience in both operating and consulting roles within the technology industry. He previously worked at A.C. Lordi, a startup in the risk and compliance space, and helped grow the company to its eventual acquisition by a group of private equity firms.

Earlier, David worked as a developer and management consultant at both IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers on strategy and technology engagements within the high-tech and media industries. David began his career as a member of the product development team at Bookingzone.com, a mobile eCommerce startup.

Other Investment Experience

RealMatch; Arkadium; CallCopy: The Neat Company; NetProspex; CheckpointHR; Cadient Group


BS, Business Information Systems, Lehigh University

MBA, Finance and Strategy, New York University Stern School of Business

My thinking on business, life, and relationships is greatly influenced by my grandfather. He was a successful lawyer, judge, and human rights activist over the course of a 60-year career. He worked five-days-a-week until the age of 92, when he finally cut down to four. He was passionate about his work and made a real impact on the lives of those around him. His example has driven me to find that same balance in my own career, and to build relationships with people who share those values.