Silicon Valley LaunchFEST before CES2016


Silicon Valley LaunchFEST before CES2016
Event on 2016-01-05 09:00:00
DELUXE TICKET SALES WITH LUNCH END DEC 20 SO ORDER NOW! View WEBSITE for SILICON VALLEY LAUNCHFEST and AGENDA IF YOU ALEADY HAVE A BASIC TICKET BUT WANT TO INCLUDE LUNCH, CONTACT US FOR SPECIAL CODE TO UPGRADE AND ADD THE LUNCH WITH INVESTORS IF YOU HAVE A FREE TICKET, SEATING IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. SO PLEASE TRY TO ARRIVE by 10am to GET A GOOD SEAT. YOU CAN RESERVE A SEAT FOR WE WILL HOLD UNTIL 10:30 BY CONTACTING US. __________________________ VIEW THE GROWING INVESTOR LIST ON WEBSITE FOR JUDGES AT EVENT SO YOU CAN REGISTER TO PITCH THEM IF YOU REGISTERED FOR OUR EVENT BY FRIDAY DEC 18; YOU ALSO GET FREE Expo Hall at Jan 4-5 Storage VIsions and Jan 6-9 CES2016/ After Dec 18 we can no longer offer passes to CES OVER 1000 ATTENDEES AND 30 INVESTORS REGISTERED! Angel Launch is producing our 9th annual pre CES event held on Jan 5 in Las Vegas. This year its called SILICON VALLEY LAUNCHFEST celebrating conenting startups to investors. The event includes panel; venture pitches to investors; and huge DEMO SHOWCASE networking hall. We are a separate program not affiliated with CES and independently produced. We also partner with the EAEC Business Matchmaking, learn more on our site. _________________________________________________ TYPES OF TICKETS YOU CAN PURCHASE FOR LAUNCHEST JAN 5: BASIC TICKET BENEFITS Includes: Program from 9 to 4pm to program and networking in Demo Showcase. Free CES Expo Pass Jan 6-9 and Storage Visions Expo Jan 4-5 (valued at 0) Excludes: lunch, investor reception, Fastpitch and private meetings DELUXE TICKET AND LUNCH BENEFITS ENDS DEC 28 1. Lunch with investors. At least one and probably more investors seated at each table 2. FastPitch Lunch Roundtable: During lunch, each person at table will get 1 minute to give pitch or demo. 3. Attendee list in advance electronically (names, companies, titles)but no contact info STARTUPS REGISTER TO PITCH PANEL OF INVESTOR FOR VENTURE FORUM This includes a basic ticket but not lunch. You purchase a pitch in 1 minute increments up to 10 minutes. We also offer DISCOUNT OPTIONS if you purchase from 3 to 8 minutes. You can use your time to pitch or reserve some time for questions by judges. You get a shared demo showcase table for only if you purchase a pitch. We will send you the link. You can also UPGRADE LATER to add more minutes. REFUND POLICY: Sorry, we do not offer any refunds, but tickets can be transferred to others or used as credit toward a future event at our discretion. STARTUP CONFIRMED PRESENTERS: Aira 10 Social Source 10 Hotel Communication 10 Tekoia 7 Akonia Holographics 6 foodjunky.com 6 Roadgazer 5 Ibis Networks 5 ComicBlitz LLC 5 Convectium 5 Lai Global 4 Cloudwear 4 Pushkart.ph 4 Ring Media 3 Crze 3 Case Western 3 Everykey 2 Cloudwear 1 Masquerade Media 1 PRIVATE MEETINGS WITH INVESTORS You get a 10 minute meeting with an investor. You give us preferred list but we cannot guarantee a specific investor. You must also purchase a separate basic or deluxe ticket. You can register for more than one meeting. HOST A DEMO TABLE IN DEMO SHOWCASE and COCKTAIL PARTY ON JAN 5 The demo showcase room is open from noon to 4pm. You get a basic ticket and six foot table with two chairs and trash can, and Wifi. You can purchase your own table, or share a table for a lower fee. This does not include lunch or electrical power which is extra.. This does not include any benefits to exhibit at CES. WHO SHOULD ATTEND OR PITCH Early, midstage or advanced growth startups; or large companies with products in all areas of tech, tech solution providers for products, services or applications such as: consumer electronics, enterprise, software, computers, hardware, eCommerce, payment and billing solutions, recruiters, outsourcing, legal, apps, digital media, devices, digital asset management, 3D, mobile, cameras, video, equipment, hardware, software, services, applications, editing, web services, broadband applications, devices, games, research firms, and professional service providers. BECOME EXHIBITOR OR SPONSOR Send email to sponsor@angellaunch.com for sponsorship prospectus. Benefits including speaking, host seminar or session, attendee list, panel, advance promotion, website placement, lanyards, and comp tickets REGISTER FOR BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MATCHMAKING FROM OUR PARTNER AT EUROPEAN AMERICAN ENTERPRISE COUNCIL (EAEC) During our event in an adjacent room, you will be able to request meetings with (or accept meetings from) investors, manufacturers, distributors and customers from the US, Europe and around the world. A confirmation email of your registration will be sent to you after after your pre-register on this page. For more information about the event, go to: www.eaecouncil.com/ces2016.html . You must register on this page for half price discount before Nov 30. __________________________________ CONFIRMED INVESTORS (VIEW BIOS AND AREAS OF INTEREST HERE) Ray Chan, Managing Director, K5 Ventures Claire Chang, Managing DIrector, IgniteXL Alen Chen, Corporate SVP, Perfect World Ventures Rose Chen, Founder and Venture Advisor, VegaLabs Ventures Curtis Feeny, Managing Director, Voyager Capital Ed Fernandez, Co-Founder and Partner, NAISS Gail Christine Gannon, Ensante, Angel Investor Matthew Growney, Founder and Partner, Rudyard Partners Michael Gurevich, , Managing Principal, USBC Investments Joe Jasin, Managing Director, DNA Partners Ken Kousy, Executive Director, BlueWater Angels Investment Network Craig Mullett, Founder, Angel Investor Forum and Bransion Group Dr. KR Murthy, Angel Investor John Occhipinti, Partner, Relay Ventures Ethan Pierse, Managing Partner Paris, Nest Venture Capital Robin Pimental, Partner, K5 Ventures Gopi Rangan, Managing Director USAA, Investor Kevin Reddy, Angel Investor YuTing Ren, CFO, Paren Investments Alex Suh, California Technology Partners Ryan Wang Investor CLI Ventures _________________________________________________________________________________ SCHEDULE 9:30 – 10:00 | Registration ___________________________________________________________________________________ 10:00-11:00 | Raising Financing and Tech Trends: Top Trends to Watch– What’s Hot, Uncertain, and Hype Angels, VCs and corporate investors from Silicon Valley and other regions share their insights on the current market trends for investing. Learn how to attract funding; what they are looking for; and what they consider to be the hot market trends for next year. FOLLOWED BY STARTUP PITCH PRESENTATIONS Ray Chan, Managing Director, K5 Ventures Rose Chen, Founder and Venture Advisor, VegaLabs Ventures Ed Fernandez, Co-Founder and Partner, NAISS Craig Mullett, Founder, Angel Investor Forum Matthew Growney, Founder and Partner, Rudyard Partners Dr. KR Murthy, Angel Investor Kevin Reddy, Angel Investor Ethan Pierse, Managing Partner Paris, Nest Venture Capital Moderator:Peter Simons, Partner and CoFounder, NAISS STARTUP PRESENTERS AND MINUTES: Aira 10 Akonia Holographics 6 Roadgazer 5 ComicBlitz LLC 5 Crze 3 Cloudwear 1 Masqurade Media 1 ___________________________________________________________________________ 11:15-11:45 | Raising Funding for US and Foreign Based Startups: Financing and Regulation for Global Startups Seeking Funding or Business Operations in the US Learn how US startups and investors can raise funding and partnerships in US and abroad; and foreign based startups seeking funding and partnerships in the US Understand regulatory requirements to raise funding or open offices in the US for foreign startups Hear examples from Canada of how you can receive huge tax credits and R and D incentives for US companies to open offices or headquarters in Canada. Want a free consult? Our speakers for this session are available for free consults after their session at their demo table. Contact them to set up at:bhatia@bhatiaco.com _____________________________________________________________________________________ 11:45-1:00 | How to Attract Funding: Seed, early stage, and series A-C funding Hear firsthand from investors on what they look for when considering investment opportunities at all stages. Learn how to contact them, how they select a management team, develop a revenue strategy, , attract a purchaser, negotiate deal terms and determine valuation. Discover examples of their past investment strategies and what theyi are seeking in markets below: Markets include Consumer and Enterprise Trends: Consumer: Mobile, digital media, entertainment, music, audio, games, virtual reality, TV, hardware, Internet of Things, apps, wearable tech, retail, health, wearables, Internet of Things, Connected cars. Enterprise: Mobile, big data, analytics, communications, hardware, Internet of Things, apps, eCommerce, security, infrastructure, chips. FOLLOWED BY STARTUP PITCH PRESENTATIONS Alen Chen, Perfect World Ventures Curtis Feeny, Managing Director, Voyager Capital Joe Jasin, Managing Director, DNA Partners Robin Pimental, Partner, K5 Ventures Ryan Wang Investor CLI Ventures Gail Christine Gannon, Angel Investor, Ensante Consulting Peter Simons, Partner and CoFounder, NAISS Moderator: Michael Wu, Partner, Winston and Strawn, San Francisco STARTUP PRESENTERS AND MINUTES: Social Source 10 foodjunky.com 6 Ibis Networks 5 Case Western 3 Lai Global 4 Everykey 2 _____________________________________________________________________________________ 1:00 -1:45 | FastPITCH Investor Lunch for Deluxe Tickets Only Demo Showcase Open to 4pm. FastPITCH: Give 1 minutes pitch or demo for funding or partners at your table before lunch begins Network with investors at your lunch table. Reception: At end of lunch we ask investors to stand and rotate tables so you can meet other investors. Basic Tickets: Not allowed to investor lunch or investor reception. You network in Demo Showcase or attend session. Free tickets are seated on a first come, first serve basis untl full. Paid tickets guaranteed seating. _____________________________________________________________________________________ 1:45-2:45 | Determining Market Valuations and Preparing for Acquisition and Funding How do you know the right timing of when to sell, and how to evaluate an offer? When should you take cash? What are current trends in acquisition? What are essential issues for startups and acquiring companies to consider? How do you maximize your valuation? What is the outlook for financial markets to impact exits and M&A activity? FOLLOWED BY STARTUP PITCH PRESENTATIONS Gopi Rangan, Managing Director USAA, Investor YuTing Ren, CFO, Paren Investments Michael Gurevich, Managing Principal, USBC Investments Alex Suh, California Technology Partners Claire Chang, Managing DIrector, IgniteXL John Occhipinti, Partner, Relay Ventures Moderator: Jon Pasky, Founder, DevNetwork STARTUP PRESENTERS AND MINUTES: Hotel Communication 10 Tekoia 7 Cloudwear 4 Pushkart.ph 4 Convectium 5 Ring Media 3 _____________________________________________________________________________________ 2:45-4:30 | Networking Reception in Demo Showcase and Drinks 1:00 to 4:30 | Networking and Demo Showcase Open _____________________________________________________________________________________ 4:00-5:30 | Session Hosted by European Enterprise Business Council but open to all attendees US, Europe and Asia: Global Funding Opportunities and Partnerships for Small and Medium Based Enterprises 

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