CEO VBEC (Venture-Backed Executive Club) Town Hall Meeting is a neutral forum for CEOs in venture-backed companies to meet, share perspectives, learn from each other and develop joint business opportunities.
- The CEO Town Hall Meeting will bring together CEOs from venture-backed companies to network, raise common issues and meet informally
- At the beginning of each session, the attendees will introduce themselves so that they all can identify possible company synergies to be explored informally later on
- During the town hall, the Discussion Leader will serve as the focal point for questions and issues raised by the attendees and will create a top ten style list of issues and themes faced by CEOs, with the goal of fostering audience give and take
The emphasis will be on maximum networking and informal time with just enough structure to facilitate improved networking.
Chair: Ronald Weissman
Dr. Weissman is a partner and a member of the tech and telecom investment team at Apax, a global leader in private equity. Member of the Band of Angels.
Discussion Leader: Reed D. Taussig
Reed D. Taussig has served as Callidus Software Inc. President, CEO and director since November 1997. In August 2003, Mr. Taussig was elected as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. From April 1995 to October 1997, Mr. Taussig co-founded and served as President and CEO of inquiry.com, a web-based exchange and research facility for information technology professionals. From August 1991 to August 1994, Mr. Taussig served as Senior Vice President of North American Operations for Gupta Corporation (now Centura Software Corporation), an application development tools and database provider. Prior to that, Mr. Taussig served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations for Unify Corporation, an e-commerce application software company. Mr. Taussig holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Arizona.
$35 Member, $45 Affiliate, $65 Non-member, in advance, + $10 add'l at door.
Official Website: http://www.VCTaskForce.com
Added by FullCalendar on November 14, 2008