Charles F. (“Chuck”) May
Founder / Co-Owner / Manager
Chuck May is an executive with 45+ years of experience in financial and business management.
Chuck was born and raised in Irving, TX (less than 5,000 population at the time).
Chuck’s first career (16 years) was as a Financial Planner (when nobody knew what that was). His current career began in 1988 with his assisting clients in procuring capital for their hyper-growth companies. He soon recognized the need in the marketplace for consultants who did more than just “shop” a business plan, “looking for money”. Over several years, he developed and perfected a proprietary strategy and process for identifying and procuring ALL of the resources (including, but not limited to, capital) needed to create, survive and metabolize hyper-growth. Since 1989, Chuck has helped many clients scale through the utilization of these proprietary strategies and processes.
In 2014, Chuck founded nFLXn Point Group.
In 2006, Chuck was one of four executives recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as a “Dealmaker“.
Chuck has been active with many of the organizations serving the entrepreneurial communities of Dallas and Texas (both for-profits and non-profits). In 2003, he co-founded the DFW chapter of TeXchange (http://texchangedallas.com/), and for much of the last 16 years has been a leader in the organization, completing his term as Statewide Chairman in 2009, which was preceded by two years as President of the Dallas Chapter. In 2015, Chuck was given the opportunity to re-launch TeXchange-DFW, to focus on “Series-A and beyond” entrepreneurially-owned technology companies. Today, Chuck is again president of TeXchange-DFW, which is thriving once more.
In addition, in 2006 CFT for Business (an initiative of The Communities Foundation of Texas, and then known as the Entrepreneurs for North Texas) recognized C5 Partners (an earlier firm founded by Chuck) with its “Spirit of Entrepreneurship North Star Recognition”.
Chuck has a degree in Economics from the University of Dallas (in Irving), and an M.S. of Financial Services, from the American College.