Liquidity Events Explained- Exiting a Startup
3PM, Wednesday November 16
Ryan Naftulin, Partner in Charge of Cooley LLP Washington DC, leads an interactive discussion Liquidity Events and exiting a startup.
Mr. Naftulin has taught seminars on venture capital transactions at the University of Michigan Business School, University of Michigan Law School and Duke University Law School, and for the University of Virginia Darden School of Business's "Venture Boot Camp." Mr. Naftulin serves on the National Venture Capital Association committee for model venture capital financing documents and has also moderated a webcast for that group regarding venture capital deal structures. Mr. Naftulin has served on a panel entitled "Beyond the Series A Financing — Issues to Consider on Subsequent Financings" at the American Bar Association's Section of Business Law annual spring meeting. Mr. Naftulin has been selected for the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 editions of The Best Lawyers of America.
ABB Technology Ventures (ATV) is focused on bringing together new technologies, new markets and new talent to discover tomorrow's technology solutions and grow ABB's global businesses. ATV is one of the three pillars of ABB's technology edge, along with corporate R&D and ABB's alliances with academic and research institutes. Having a technology edge drives growth for ABB in two dimensions: it helps grow existing businesses through products and services tailored to specific geographies and customer segments and it helps develop new areas of business, such as increasing vertical integration or moving ABB into adjacent spaces.
Entrepreneurs who apply will be selected and allowed to pitch an investor from the Washington, DC region. These events are fun and interactive and audience members will be allowed to participate in the discussion.
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