1506 6th Ave
Seattle, Washington 98101

The panel will discuss issues that arise in forming a new company that intends to raise angel or venture financing.

Panelists include:

Moderator: John A. Myer, AXIOS Law Group PLLC. John is a securities lawyer with an MBA in finance. He represents start-up ventures and their founders. John is a DEN Seattle Executive Board Member. http://www.axioslaw.com/attorneys-and-staff/john-myer

Bryan Starbuck, CEO and co-founder of TalentSpring. Prior to starting TalentSpring, Bryan worked at Microsoft starting as a developer and growing to manage development efforts in Windows Vista and Windows Live. http://www.talentspring.com/about/management

Nathan Kaiser is the CEO and founder of nPost.com. Nathan has met and interviewed numerous CEOs and founders about the issues and opportunities facing their organizations. nPost.com maintains a job board that specifically targets the tech startup market. Nathan is a member of the board of the Northwest Entrepreneur Network and Six Hour Startup. http://www.npost.com/about.jsp

Pamela Grinter is a tax lawyer at Riddell Williams and has extensive experience with corporate and partnership taxation and transactions. http://www.riddellwilliams.com/people/grinter-pamela-a.html

Todd Marker is a partner at Buerk Dale Victor, a growth equity firm. He currently serves on the board of directors of a number of BDV's portfolio companies. http://www.bdvllc.com/BDV/teambios.php?TID=5&PoID=1

Registration and tickets:
Online pre-registration is open till February 9th.
Online pre-registration for members and guests: $25 per person

Sign up to become a member today! It's free!

Online pre-registration for non-members and guests: $30 per person

Tickets online: http://www.denseattle.org/Default.aspx?pageId=92601&eventId=38765&EventViewMode=EventDetails

At the door: $30 per person

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.: Social hour
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.: Main event
8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.: Q&A, networking

We look forward to seeing you there!

PS. We are looking for corporate sponsors for our events. If you would like to sponsor DEN Seattle events or would like more information, please contact Frank Yoshida or David Cohen by email to [email protected]

Added by michaelrice on January 28, 2009



WTF is Den Seattle?


Ah, nevermind. Note to DenSeattle: your DNS is borked for your domain name sans "www":