POSTPONED - Positioning Companies/Products in Tough Mkts



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    This seminar has been postponed. The future date is not yet specified.


    Rosemary Remacle, Venture Partner(bio), Sevin Rosen Funds

    Having a compelling and clearly articulated positioning strategy is always a critical success factor for companies. However, the unforgiving market environment in which we have been living lately, makes it even more important that teams take the time to craft a positioning strategy that encompasses both the company and its products/services. This session will include a pragmatic discussion of the 'whys' and 'hows' of positioning. As well as tips for execution of it in the current tough market.

    Speaker Bio

    Rosemary Remacle, Venture Partner, Sevin Rosen Funds

    Rosemary has extensive experience in business planning, strategy development, competitive analysis, and positioning and branding. She has consulted with Hitachi, National Semiconductor, Sun Microsystems, Oracle, Toshiba and Hewlett-Packard, as well as venture funded start-ups including Neoforma, BeVocal, Xuma, eLease, and Epicentric.

    She has also held a variety of marketing and executive management positions at Memorex Corporation, Intel Corporation, Regis McKenna Inc (RMI) and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. In addition to these management and operational roles, she has led consulting engagements for clients that span mainframe/workstation, PC, SW, semiconductor, Internet, and e-commerce products and services for clients in the US, Europe and Asia.

    Along with her consulting work, Rosemary is a regular speaker at industry forums and teaches a class for UC Berkeley: Positioning as the Foundation for Brand.


    8:30am-9:00am Registration/Networking/Continental breakfast
    9:00am-11:30am Seminar


    Women's Technology Cluster*
    The first high tech incubator focused on women entrepreneurs
    1207 Indiana Street, Suite 4
    San Francisco, CA

    * Open to both men and women


    Cost (Continental Breakfast included)
    $30 SDForum Members
    $60 Non-Members