Enrique Dominguez, Partner


Enrique is our Partner managing the Madrid office. Enrique has over 20 years of experience in building technology-based startups with a global reach, as well as fundraising and tech M&A. Enrique focuses on M&A and investment activities for clients in Spain, Italy, Portugal, UK, South and North America.

Enrique is a proud dad and entrepreneur working in between London and Madrid. His skills range from entrepreneurship to cycling and he is interested in tech M&A, FinTech, Digital Transformation, Media Collaboration and Social Media Analytics.

Enrique joined Oakland Partners after this firm successfully sold Spontania, his latest startup to Clearone Inc. (NASDAQ CLRO). Spontania developed market leading video and media collaboration software which was consistently ranked as ‘visionary’ in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for several years. Spontania had sales and support offices in Spain, US, Brazil, India and China. Investors in Spontania were Mangrove Capital Partners (Skype, WIX) and GENII Capital (Lotus F1 Team, Zink), both from Luxembourg, and Draper Richards (Skype, OpenTable) from San Francisco.

Before Spontania, Enrique cofounded Ola Internet, the first Spanish IP Telephony Carrier, acquired by Service Point (SPS.MC). Before Ola Internet, Enrique co-founded Dinatec Technologies, developer of VoIP and IP Telephony software integrated with distributed PBXs using the Internet Protocol’s packet-switched connections to exchange voice and fax. Dinatec was acquired by eNetfinger, and Enrique was its Venture Builder Director. eNetfinger was one of the top Internet Business Consultancy firms in Spain during the last 90s and early 00s, with shareholders like Dresdner Kleinwort, Société Générale, KIWI Ventures, Aleph Capital and Omega Capital.

Enrique started his career with Thomson Reuters, as its Power Plus Product Manager and as a Financial Markets Consultant.

Enrique has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Barcelona University and a master’s degree in Banking and Financial Markets from the Applied Finances School in Madrid.

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