• Int'l SIG: The European Software Market Monday, July 16, 2001 - 06:30PM
    Silicon Valley
    World Internet Center 700 Welch Road, Suite 250 Stanford Barn (2nd floor)
    Palo Alto, CA
    Software Architecture and Platform

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Int'l SIG: The European Software Market

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Description

  • ...and its relevance to US start-ups!
     

    Speaker

    Stuart Chapman, Partner - 3i Venture Capital
    Patrick Dunne, CEO - 3i Venture Capital

    Location

    Silicon Valley World Internet Center
    700 Welch Road, Suite 250
    Stanford Barn (2nd floor)
    Palo Alto, CA

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/refreshments
    7:00-7:15pm announcements and introductions
    7:15-8:30pm program
    8:30-9:00pm networking/one-on-one discussions
     

    Cost

    $10 for non-SDForum Members
    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID

    Presentation Overview

    The European software market from a venture capitalists viewpoint in comparison to that found in the US. Stuart's view of why this is relevant to a new US company that has aspirations to breaking into the European market. He'll follow this with 'brief lessons learned by 3i'.
     

    Speaker Profile

    Stuart Chapman

    Stuart Chapman helped set up 3i's current operation in the US in 1999. Having joined 3i in 1991, he has extensive experience of venture capital in Europe, having completed software transactions in the UK, France, Germany, Denmark and Ireland.

    Prior to joining 3i, Stuart worked for the Developing Countries Group of HSBC Bank, involved in private equity transactions in Argentina, Chile and Venezuela.
     

    Patrick Dunne

    Patrick is responsible for 3i's Marketing world wide as well as it's Chief Executive and Independent Director Programmes. 3i is a leading international venture capital company with 43 locations in Europe, Asia Pacific and the US.

    He has extended 3i's Independent Directors Programme into the Europe's leading placer of Non Executives, and more recently expanded the position internationally. He is a regular speaker and commentator on boardroom issues including "Managing Board Disharmony".

    His first book "Running Board Meetings" published in 1997 received wide acclaim and is now in it's second edition. The second "Directors Dilemmas" has been described by Sir John Harvey Jones as 'a major contribution to the thinking Director's education'. Before joining 3i he spent time in the chemical industry with Air Products and at Cranfield getting his MBA. He is a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield School of Management and a regular columnist for Management Today. He also lectures on the Owner Directors Programme at INSEAD and is a member of the professional standards committee of the European Venture Capital association.