Silicon Forest Forum, Day 2 - Portland, OR
2001 Advanced Technology Management Conference. This two-part series focuses on advanced technology management, financing, infrastructure, partnering and liquidity issues.
To register or get more information, please visit the Silicon Forest Forum web site.
Session Two: Technology Partnering, Acquisitions and IPO's
The Forum is an advanced program for experienced management teams looking for the latest information on how to grow companies in the current market.
This is not a networking event or investor conference. It is a full program of substantive presentations, panel discussions and analyses presented by practitioners in the technology community, confronting funding, operational and strategic challenges shared by most companies.
Presenters include leading venture investors, bankers, service organizations, banks, entrepreneurs and others from the Pacific Northwest and Silicon Valley who will share their ideas and observations on critical issues that companies must address to be successful.
The Forum is for serious technology enterpreneurs, investors, service providers and all participants involved in the formation, growth and success of technology companies in the Pacific Northwest.
You will get written background papers and presentations for future reference and use and as a standard to judge terms and deal parameters in the current market.
8:30-9:00am Registration/Networking/Continental breakfast
Ernie Bootsma of White & Lee David Evans of Arthur Andersen Frank Curci of Preston Gates & Ellis Ken Hertz of Goldring Hertz Lichtenstein & Haft Gary Allen, CEO of Sabrix Charlie Schoenhoeft, CEO of UFO Andy Hoar of StoreSite Keith Larson from Intel Speaker from Microsoft - TBA Speaker from Accenture - TBA Mark White of White & Lee Peter Bershatsky of Broadview Associates Jed Kleckner of Crowdburst/Cahoots John Thomas of Stoel Rives Scott Sandbo of Pacific Crest Robert Newell of Omnicell Brian Sterling of Safe Harbor Greg Drew of 800.com Alan Allen, CEO of Pixelworks
Intel Jones Farm Conference Center
between buildings JF3 and JF4
$95 per session, $175 for both sessions
To register by phone call (503) 419-3009 and ask for Gloria Rouse.
To register on line, visit the link below and click on "Registration".