Wednesday, July 17, 2013 from 2:30 PM to 10:55 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, United States
Venture Shift has become one of the most anticipated events focused on the changing venture capital landscape.
Hosted by Vator and Bullpen Capital, Venture Shift will be held on the evening of July 17, 2013 at Cafe du Nord in San Francisco.
Last year, Shift focused on the JOBS Act and how it would affect fundraising. In 2011, Shift focused on the explosion of new capital seeding a plethora of startups and the anticipated Series A crunch.
Two years later, we've started to see the crunch. Importantly, we can now see the track record of the many newly-minted seed-stage funds formed a few years ago. How are they doing? And, what's the world going to look like as accelerators and incubators have become the new MBA program? We'll explore that and more.
Check out the agenda, speakers and sponsors here.
After the event, we'll be partying with Coverflow!
Ticket Policy: Tickets are non-refundable, however they are transferable by their original owner by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to expected high demand, we prohibit reselling of tickets higher than face-value. No peddling or selling of any goods or services; or distribution of flyers, goods, or any materials without the written consent of the event organizers.
When & Where
Vator, Inc and Bullpen Capital
Vator (short for innovator) is one of the largest business networks dedicated to high-tech entrepreneurs. Founded and run by veteran and award-winning journalist Bambi Francisco, Vator consists of Vator.tv, a leading platform for entrepreneurs and innovators to connect and learn from one another. Vator.tv has more than 100,000 members and high-tech companies. VatorNews is Vator's news site focused on innovation with nearly 500 contributors.
Bullpen Capital is a second round investor that invests in companies previously seeded by the Super Angel funds. Bullpen's founders include Paul Martino, founder and former CEO of Aggregate Knowledge, Duncan Davidson, founder of Covad and former venture partner at VantagePoint, and Richard Melmon, co-founder of Electronic Arts.