VC One-on-One Coaching with Lisa Lambert






    VC Coaching with Lisa Lambert, Intel


    This is a unique series where you can have individual meetings with a top venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. These meetings are designed to help founders and CEO’s of early stage companies identify partnerships, obtain industry insight and perspective, and exchange relevant ideas and contacts.

    These 30 minutes 1 on 1 sessions are not to be perceived as a funding exercise, but more of a discussion session that promises to be good use of an entrepreneur’s time.

    If you are an entrepreneur or a CEO of an early stage company, please submit a one page summary of your business for selection.

    To sign up, please email Amanda Orrin

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    Bio for Lisa Lambert

    Lisa Lambert manages the Software and Solutions Group of Intel Capital. Lisa and her staff of 5 Investment Managers are responsible for software equity and M&A investments in support of Intel¡¯s platform and solution strategies with oversight responsibility for more than 50 portfolio companies worldwide. Her specific software focus areas include applications, middleware, services, open source/Linux, RFID, sensors, data warehouses, business internet, vertical markets, & various other software categories. Lisa's group completed twenty-eight new and follow-on equity investments in 2001-2002 and fourteen investments in 2003-2004, and fourteen investments in 2005. Lisa personally completed new investments and follow-ons in application and infrastructure companies such as: The JBoss Group, Datallegro, Financial Engines, and Gigaspaces. Lisa's team completed investments in: Spikesource, Zend Technologies, Arched Rock, Black Duck, CollabNet, among others. Lisa is Board Observer for CollabNet and Datallegro. Lisa managed the $253 million Intel 64 Investment Fund. The original Fund participants included HP, Compaq, SGI, Dell, NEC, and Morgan Stanley who represented 14 Fortune 500 end-users.

    Lisa joined Intel in 1997 as a Product Marketing Engineer in the Desktop Products Group (DPG), and subsequently held a Product Marketing Management position in DPG with responsibility to perform traditional Intel component product marketing functions for the Pentium II, III processor family. Lisa managed enterprise desktop marketing programs with responsibility for creating product presentations for internal and field personnel, product positioning and roadmaps, PC OEM and analyst engagement, launch activities, and other product management functions before joining Intel Capital in 1999.


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