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FREE CONFERENCE CALLS: Available for immediate listening! Register below....
Register below and listen to what these Venture Capitalists are Investing in,
and get a preview of what the Perfect Venture Conference on Nov. 12, 2009, will be about:
Listen to the Conference Call from October 6, 2008:
Robert Rosenbaum, Partner, Nobska Ventures
Charles Scott, Director, Software & Solutions, Intel Capital
Matt Bieber, Senior Associate, Originate Ventures
L'Quentus Thomas, Senior Associate, Stonehenge Growth Capital
and our second Conference Call from Sept 9, 2008:
Toby Moskovits, Founder & CEO, Heritage Equity Partners
Maria Gotsch, CEO and President, New York City Investment Fund
Rob Weber, Angel Investor, Robin Hood Ventures
Tim Foster, Business Development Manager, Edison Venture Fund
David J. Freschman, Managing Principal, Innovation Ventures
and our first conference call from July 29, 2008:
Ron Thompson, Angel Investor, Corporate Angels
Ross Goldstein, Co-founder & Managing Director, DFJ Gotham Ventures
John Filla, Angel Investor, Houston Angel Network
Warren Haber, Jr., Managing Partner, Crossbar Capital
***Industry Focus: Early-Stage Technology (software, hardware & peripherals, semiconductors, networking infrastructure, wireless, telecom, Internet, RFID, digital music/video platforms, online security, VoIP, e-commerce, search engine technology, advertising technology, database applications, online storage, supply-chain management, video game tech, healthcare IT, payment processing & financial services).
Please note that registering below for the conference calls is Free.
If you would like to attend the PVC Event on Nov 12, the cost is $2500.
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