Founders Space San Francisco January 2011 Roundtable
Thursday, January 27, 2011 from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
Join us for the Founders Space San Francisco Roundtable, where founders gather around a table to share knowledge and work together to solve problems. To join a Roundtable, you must be a founder or C-level executive at a growth-oriented startup or emerging company.
Topic: How to Botch a Start-Up: Fatal Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make
Presenters: Craig Jacoby of Cooley LLP, Jon Soberg of Blumberg Capital & Dave Samuel of Freestyle Capital
Craig Jacoby of Cooley LLP, Jon Soberg of Blumberg Capital & Dave Samuel of Freestyle Capital
Craig Jacoby of Cooley specializes in representing high growth companies and their investors and is the Chair of Cooley's Emerging Companies group. He has helped to form, finance and advise hundreds of emerging businesses in areas such as Internet and digital media, consumer products, clean technologies, software, medical devices and business services, and he has led more than 100 financing transactions in the past five years, with an aggregate value of more than $1 billion.
Jon Soberg of Blumberg Capital has over 17 years of experience as an executive, entrepreneur, financial analyst and a consultant. He has held senior management positions in both start-ups and large corporations, including Ditech and Adforce, which had a highly successful IPO. He is also actively involved with Wharton, where he is part-time faculty in the Marketing Department for the Global Consulting Practicum.
Dave Samuel of Freestyle Capital is an experienced executive with a proven ability to identify market trends and build companies from the ground up. A serial entrepreneur and Internet pioneer, Dave has specialized in software & media since 1994. Prior to Freestyle, Dave, as President, co-founded Grouper.com, a website specializing in Internet Video in 2004. In August 2006, Sony Pictures Entertainment acquired the company for $65 million. In early 1996, Dave, as CEO, founded Spinner.com, the first and largest Internet music service. In May 1999, AOL acquired the firm for $320 million.
Join your peers and subject matter experts to discuss the burning issues facing your business today. Feel free to bring up issues beyond this topic—we’re here to share and help!
This is located at Pier 38 off Embarcadero just north of the AT&T ballpark near Townsend Street.
Parking: On-street parking with free two-hour parking on Townsend Street between Embarcadero and First Street.
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