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Join us for a fireside chat with George Zachary of Charles River Ventures, one of the most prominent & successful venture capitalists in Silicon Valley.Please come with questions & comments.If you would like a demo table for the networking portion of the event, please send an email message to:email@example.comPut this in the subject header:Th 9/12 Tabler
Agenda6:00 pm to 7:00 pm Check In, Food, Networking, Demo Tables7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Program8:30 pm to 9:00 pm Networking
About George ZacharyGeorge Zachary is a general partner at Charles River Ventures. George led Charles River's early stage investments in Twitter, Yammer (enterprise social networking)(acquired by MSFT 6/2012 for $1.2B), Millennial Media (mobile advertising)(IPO March 2012; NYSE MM), Geni (social networking based on genealogy)(acquired by MyHeritage.), Udacity, PillPack, Health IQ, Scribd, & Wonder Workshop. In addition, he led CRV's investment in Metaplace (acquired by Disney/ Playdom) & in Jambool (acquired by Google) & has sponsored many seed investments through the CRV's industry leading seed program.George joined Charles River in 2004, bringing more than 20 years of operating & investing experience in computing & consumer technology. George's focus is on building consumer internet & infrastructure companies. Previously, he was a general partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures (MDV), & was on the boards of directors of the following companies: Accrue Software (IPO in 1999), Andale (acquired by Vendio), Critical Path (IPO in 1999), Ovation Entertainment, Sandcastle (acquired by Adobe), Securify (acquired by Kroll-O'Gara), Shutterfly (IPO in 2006), Supertracks (acquired by Centerspan) & Telebot (acquired by Z-Tel).
About the Moderator:
Arman Pahlavan is a corporate attorney & partner at the Perkins Coie's Emerging Companies & Private Equity groups in Palo Alto. He advises venture capital & private equity funds & their portfolio companies across their legal needs. He counsels them on mergers & acquisitions, corporate finance, intellectual property transactions & fund formation matters. Arman has extensive experience advising clients with emphasis on cross border transactions for corporate clients & in his investment company practice. His knowledge runs across industry lines including operating in the software information technologies, life sciences & energy.
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