• FF SIG (SJ): A Forum for Founder-CEOs Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 11:45AM
    The Venture Library Room of the Silicon Valley Capital Club Fairmont Plaza complex (parking underground)
    50 West San Fernando Street Suite 1700
    San Jose, CA 95113
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FF SIG (SJ): A Forum for Founder-CEOs

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  • What's so unique about being a Founder CEO?
     

    Hosted by SVASE

    To preserve an interactive discussion format, we are limiting participation to twenty founders, so please reserve your seat now.
     

    Moderator

    Punita Pandey, Founder and CEO - netCustomer

     

    Presentation Overview

    A Forum for Founder-CEOs

    What's so unique about being a Founder CEO? As you build and grow your company in this turbulent economic climate, wouldn't it be great to have access to a select, confidential group of executives in the same position, with the same issues as you face daily?

    Come to this collegial roundtable discussion that is especially created for you - the Founder CEO of a company with under $10mm in revenue. Organized by SVASE and co-sponsored by the Founders Forum at Software Development Forum, this is a golden opportunity to meet, discuss, and network with your peers. We will discuss a number of pressing and relevant topics such as:
     

    • Managing your Board and maximizing their support
    • Propelling your unique brand and culture forward while recruiting a team with world class experience
    • Performance vs stereotype: first time CEOs, founder CEOs

    Event Logistics

    Location

    The Venture Library Room of the Silicon Valley Capital Club Fairmont Plaza complex (parking underground)
    50 West San Fernando Street
    Suite 1700
    San Jose, CA 95113

    Agenda

    11:45am - 1:30pm light lunch / program
     

    Cost

    $20, advance registration required. To preserve an interactive discussion format, we are limiting participation to twenty founders, so please reserve your seat now.

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