OrderMyGear (PPAI 704581) has announced leadership changes and new financing to secure future growth. Since 2008, the Dallas-based service platform has worked with team dealers, promotional products distributors and decorators to create retail-like online stores for diverse customers selling branded products and apparel.

Leadership Transition:

Leonid Rozkin, previously OrderMyGear’s chief financial officer, has stepped up into the chief executive officer role at the company. He will assume day-to-day management and join the OrderMyGear’s board of directors.

Rozkin has more than a decade of private equity, investment banking and financial experience.

  • During his time at JPMorgan, Rozkin helped several software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies go public and advised on the largest SaaS transactions at the time, totaling $8 billion.
  • Prior to OMG, Rozkin was Vice President at Francisco Partners, a technology-focused private equity firm with $14 billion of assets raised to date, where he was responsible for nine software investments, representing more than $4 billion of enterprise value.

“Leo brings the experience and attitude required to help lead OMG into the next stage of our business as we expand offerings to clients and accelerate growth,” says Dave Dutch, who has served as OMG’s CEO since 2019. “I look forward to the next set of milestones OMG accomplishes under Leo’s capable leadership.”

Moving from his previous role, Dutch has been named executive chairman. He will continue to coordinate with Rozkin, but his focus will be on developing and enhancing partnerships that bring enhanced solutions to clients.

New Financing:

OrderMyGear has also secured a debt facility from CIBC Innovation Banking to support its growth and accelerate the launch of strategic partnerships and products.

“Dutch has gone above and beyond for the team at OMG, and his commitment to the company’s success has made a lasting impression on so many,” Rozkin says. “My hope is to propel OMG forward, and to continue driving innovation accelerated with our new funding from CIBC Innovation Banking that helps our clients break into new markets and remain competitive in a rapidly evolving industry.”


OrderMyGear works with several companies and organizations operating in the promo marketplace. Examples of which include:

  • In May, it completed its integration with distributor American Solutions for Business, which positions ASB to offer customers a quick and simple solution for credit card and gift card online stores.
  • In March, the company joined The Partnering Group, LLC, an industry distributor organization, as a new business service sponsor.
  • Supplier Vantage Apparel integrated with OrderMyGear in July 2020, allowing distributors to access to the supplier’s merchandise and live inventory feeds.

The company has also collaborated with PPAI on several occasions. First opening its doors to the Association in August 2019, OrderMyGear is a 2022 Pyramid Award winner and in May took part in a “digital dialogue” with industry service providers hosted by PPAI at the Association’s headquarters.