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  • Here are the Investor speakers from our Sold-Out Technology in Venture Capital: Forecast 2003, sponsored by Microsoft. This event was in on Wed, Jan 22, 2003.

    Dan'l Lewin, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft .NET Business Development Dan'l Lewin, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft .NET Business Development



    Chris Sugden, Vice President, Edison Venture Fund Chris Sugden, Vice President, Edison Venture Fund



    Arie H. Abecassis, Director, Thomson Financial Arie H. Abecassis, Director, Thomson Financial



    Photo of Charlie Federman, Managing Director, BRM Capital Charlie Federman
    Angel Investor
    Crossbar Capital
    Read the full profile for Charlie here!
    Crossbar Capital
    Charlie is an Angel Investor with Crossbar Capital, located in New York City. Charlie's domain focuses on Software. Prior to joining Crossbar, Charlie was a Managing Director of BRM Capital, an Israeli/US venture fund.

    Before joining BRM Capital, Charlie was chairman of Broadview, a Mergers and Acquisitions boutique for the information technology industry. Charlie has handled over 100 acquisitions and investments during his 25-year career in IT.

    He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and holds a BS in Economics.
    "No better place for entrepreneurs to meet the Metro NY venture community."
    - Charlie Federman, Angel Investor


    Moderator: Robert D. Savage, Director, Business Development, .NET Emerging Business Team, Microsoft Corporation

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