2001?: The ultimate event for the startup community.
The mission of this event is to offer fundable, early stage ventures the
opportunity to get in front of investors, and gain the exposure they need to
succeed in today?s market. Often we hear from investors themselves that they
do not look at a startup?s business plan unless it has been referred to them
through their network. Lacking this network often leaves promising early stage
ventures at a great disadvantage. Another major hurdle many promising startups
face is the inability to get the exposure they so desperately need.
By exhibiting at StartupSearch
2001?, startups are doing away with these two hurdles. They will be given
the opportunity to peak the interest of many of the investors present, all while
gaining the exposure they need. Presentation and exhibitor slots are scarce so
register today to assure your place. If you consider yourself apart of the
startup community, then StartupSearch 2001?
is the one event you can?t afford to miss.
Joe Benjamin, Founder & CEO, youngStartup Ventures, Inc.
Robert Fish, Managing Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers? Venture Capital Practice
"Investing in Early Stage Ventures"
by Gerald A. Benjamin, Senior Managing PartnerInternational Capital
THE ANGEL INVESTOR PANEL
Moderator: Stephen M Davis, Co-Chair Emerging Companies Group, Heller Ehrman
Laurence G Allen, CEO of NYPPe
John Ason, Professional Angel Investor
Robert W Cross, President, VCapital, Inc
John May, Chairman, The New Vantage Group
Don Sussis, Professional Angel Investor
Moderator: Miles Spencer
Burt Alimansky, Managing Director of Alimansky Capital Group Inc.
Chip Austin, President, I-Hatch Ventures
Steve Brotman, Managing Partner, Silicon Alley Venture Partners
Stuart Ellman, Founder and General Partner, RRE Ventures
Ross Goldstein, Co-Founder, DFJ Gotham
Bill Reichert, President, Garage Technology Ventures
Andy Sernovitz, President, GasPedal Ventures
& COCKTAIL RECEPTION