Dear friends, This event has been put together by Pitch Globally’s partners, US Angels(whose founder , John Ricci, is also part of Harvard Business School Angels). I will be present but not emceeing. Connect with me firstname.lastname@example.org or find me at the event so that I can help you make connections with the best angel/VC networks in Silicon Valley.
The Angel/VC Panel will be moderated by Armando Castro, Partner, Pillsbury Law, https://www.linkedin.com/in/armando-castro-49783110
Chin-Chai Low, Investor, https://linkedin.com/in/chin-chai-low-8789b5
Kathy Downing, Managing Director, Golden Seeds, https://linkedin.com/in/kathy-downing-4b4a213
Irina Meyer, Investor, Keiretsu Forum https://linkedin.com/in/irinameyer
There will be lot of prominent Angels in the audience as well.
Networking & finger foods
About Pitch Globally(www.pitchglobally.com):Welcome to Pitch Globally Sharktank Style(www.meetup.com/pitchglobally), Silicon Valley's most well connected Sharktank Style event serieswhere strangers come and become lifelong friends with VC's, models, mentors, entrepreneurs etc. Watch our recent video where our co-host, Seline Elin of Comcast TV, is interviewing some leading Tech celebrities and investors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orp1b1CN2HA&feature=youtu.be. The following are some of our recent panelists ---Vish Mishra, Clearstone VC(former President TIE), Roger Royse, Owner large Tech Law firm(Royse Law), Robert Winter (40 exits), Jim Simmons( Simmons Goodspeed Ventures) Bill Sautter, Galaxy Ventures, Deepak Gupta, Bessemer VC &Mentor to 5 Accelerators like 500 Startups and Alchemist,Roger King, Bay Angels, John Ricci of US Angels/Harvard B School Angels, Kayvan Baramoud, Global Tech Venture,President Emeritus of Sand Hill Angels,Representatives from DNA Partners, Combustion Ventures,USC Incubator, Draper etc
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