TiE Oregon Software & Internet SIG is kicking off the first session devoted to Launching and Building Software & Internet Companies.
We will be hosting three special guests who will share their experiences on How They Did It, and offer perspectives on company growth.
Michael Berkley - CEO, Splashcast Media.
SplashCast is a content syndication service for social networks and mobile devices.
SplashCast enables brand advertisers and content owners to reach out and engage consumers through micro-channels of content that people want and share. SplashCast has raised funds from prominent angel investors in the last two years.
Mark Friess - President and Co-founder, wired.MD, Inc.
wired.MD helps patients and their families make informed healthcare decisions through access to patient education videos and comprehensive solutions that also benefit treatment providers. Following angel investor funding between 2000 to 2005, wired.MD took on debt financing in 2004 and 2007 from PDC and others before being acquired by Krames/StayWell, a division of MediMedia USA in 2008.
Ranjit Pandit - Founder and VP, RNA Networks.
RNA Networks makes makes memory a shared network resource to deliver high performance on commodity hardware utilizing existing data center resources, without application changes. Investors include Oregon Angel Fund, Divergent Ventures, Menlo Ventures and Reference Capital.
Whether you are thinking, planning or in the midst of a startup, this is your opportunity to get insights from the diversity of industry, funding and growth experiences represented by these entrepreneurs.
Added by AnuK on March 9, 2009