The areas of growing DoOrder’s social media presence seemed most aligned with the investor’s financial interests. The investor seems like he knows that with enough growth, DoOrder can be a major competitor to other delivery services in Dublin, and he seemed like he was excited to see DoOrder’s growth outside of Dublin as well.
The investor didn’t directly challenge any areas of ours, but he seemed to be hesitant for growth although he was excited. This is more towards the business development team, but he seemed like he wanted DoOrder to establish a firm presence in Dublin and make sure that they laid a framework for Dublin before expanding. This may have had to do with the fact that he is invested in many companies, which shows that he has experience with businesses growing too fast or too slow, and he likely gave DoOrder some advice.