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This event is Sold out. There is another event in NYC on September 16, 2008.
Register for the NYC Event
Use the early-Bird Discount Code: nycfall1


Every CEO wants to meet Early-Stage Venture Investors.
On Tuesday, March 4, 2008 you will get your chance!


FundingPost has hosted 125+ sold-out venture events in 17 cities over the past 6 years. At our next New York event, the panel of investors will focus on Early-Stage Venture Investing - how to meet investors, pitch them, and what it really takes to get them to write you a check! We will be discussing trends in Early-Stage Investing, hot sectors, sectors that these VCs look at, things that are most important to them when they are considering an Investment, the best and worst things an entrepreneur can do to get their attention, additional advice for entrepreneurs, and, of course, the best ways to reach these and other Investors. There will be plenty of time for networking with the Investor panelists, both before the panel & afterwards

As an additional benefit, entrepreneur 1/4 page summaries will be given to the investor speakers and attendees. All of the Investors will get your company description and contact info!

Register today, as this event will sell-out and is limited to only 75 tickets!



Location: 1290 Avenue of the Americas, 39th Floor (between 51st and 52nd Streets) NY, NY 10104
Date: Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Time: 2pm - 6pm (workshop is 11am-1pm)
Cost:
- Entrepreneur Raising Capital - Event: $75
- Entrepreneur Event + Pitching Workshop (sold out): $0
- Investor / Service provider: $75

Moderator:
John Hempill, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
Speakers:
Warren Haber, Jr., Managing Partner, Crossbar Capital
Maneesh Sagar, Director, Investments, Connecticut Innovations
Neal Fryett, Vice President, IgniteIP
Jeanne Sullivan, Partner, StarVest Partners
Steve Brotman, Managing Director, Greenhill SAVP
John Elton, Partner, iNovia Capital

Speakers



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