801 California Street
Mountain View, California 94041

Event: 'CXO Leadership Forum: You Can Pay Me Now Or You Can Pay Me Later (and Much More) With Rich Brenner, CEO Of The Brenner Group'

Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 At 11:30
Duration: 2 Hours
Contact Info:
Location: Fenwick & West LLP, 801 California St., Mt. View, CA 94041, Contact Name: Jim Connor, Contact No: 510 655-0900 x202 Email: [email protected]
URL: www.svase.org/index.php?option=com_extcalendar&Itemid=149&extmode=view&extid=678

Guest speaker Rich Brenner, CEO, The Brenner Group will discuss Governances and Corporate Officer Responsibilities.

Startups (non public companies) are not subject to Sarbanes Oxley, but managing the corporate and fiduciary responsibilities and operating within stated governances reduces liabilities, reduces risk, reduces risk of a lawsuit and is a key issue to investors as well any liquidity event.

This event is a collegial luncheon designed to foster discussion in a confidential format among founders, officers and managers (CEO, CFO, CTO, CMO) of startup technology companies. We request that participants be involved in the management of a technology company.

Advance registration only, limited to 25 registrants, no walk-ins admitted.

$20 SVASE members
$119.00 New SVASE Membership, this event and lunch
$29 Affiliates who promote this event
$49 Non-members

This event is co-sponsored by Fenwick & West LLP, www.fenwick.com.

Speaker Bio:
Rich Brenner, CEO, The Brenner Group
Rich has more than thirty years of experience in general and financial management and has assisted many high-growth companies in the roles of President, General Manager, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Rich's contributions have centered on helping companies establish the infrastructure to manage growth, raise capital, and grow through acquisition. His accomplishments include: establishing the operational controls to support annual revenue growth from zero to more than $60 million in less than two years; negotiating mergers and acquisitions worth more than $75 million; managing international marketing and distribution subsidiaries; and driving successful public and private debt and equity placements.

Prior to founding The Brenner Group, Rich held executive level positions at Formaster Corporation (now TRACE Products), Corvus Systems Inc., US Leasing International Inc., ITEL Corporation, National BankAmericard (now VISA) and Autographic Business Forms Inc. He also served as venture capital consultant to Hillman Ventures. Rich holds a B.S. degree in Accounting with a minor in Management Information Systems from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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