Author: David Teten
I hope you can join PEVCTech.com Wednesday, Nov. 7, 6pm, at Spark Labs Bryant Park, 25 W. 39th, 14th Floor, NYC. We’ll be discussing how VCs are using technology to make better investment decisions. RSVP
Speakers confirmed so far include:
Paul Bianco, CEO, Graphite Financial (ff Venture Capital spinoff)
Phil Haslett, Founder | Chief Revenue Officer, EquityZen
Mike Ryan, Co-founder + CEO, Bullet Point Network. Previously Head of Public Equity and Absolute Return at the Harvard endowment, Head of Global Securities (overseeing equities, fixed income, currencies & commodities) at Credit Suisse, and Partner and Head of Global Equity Products at Goldman Sachs
Jeffrey Kagan, Head of Business Development, Primary Insight
David Olk, Co-founder + CEO, Voray.
We have room for 1-2 more speakers; contact Frank Hu, firstname.lastname@example.org if you are the CEO of a relevant company in this space, and cc me.
Addepar and PEVCTech invite you to a dinner and presentation on “Analyzing Alternatives Data at Scale: Approaches to Computation and Data Management.” Our friends at Addepar will share insight into how their platform can be used to analyze collections of alternatives portfolios at huge scale. The speaker is Ben Cohen, Software Engineering Lead, Addepar. This presentation will be technical in nature, and geared towards those with an engineering background.
Bring a guest and be inspired!
Please remember to bring a valid photo ID with you to the event for building access. You will be required to sign a digital NDA to enter Addepar’s office.
Thursday, September 20, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Addepar New York , 335 Madison Ave #1430 , New York, NY
We are working on our 2018-2019 schedule. If you have ideas for events, please contact us.
I recently published two articles I think will interest the PEVCTech community:
– What’s Your VC Tech Stack? Results from a Survey of Early-Stage VC Funds
– The 9 Steps of Using Technology to Improve Investing in Private Companies: How Private Equity and Venture Capital Investors Are Eating Their Own Dogfood