SVASE East Bay Series 5/18/11 – Pitching: How to Go the Distance and Chalk Up a Win

The evening of May 18, the Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs (SVASE) will present, as part of its East Bay Series, "Pitching: How to Go the Distance and Chalk Up a Win". Here is the description from the SVASE website (emphasis added): Pitching isn't just about the Giants winning the World Series – it's also about entrepreneurs presenting their companies to potential investors. In this session, two real-life entrepreneurs will pitch their companies to a panel of investors, who will explain what the entrepreneur – and you – can do to better direct your presentations to investors' highly-subjective strike zones. The panel of investors includes: Nicolas El Baze, Partech International Jay Jamison, Blue Run Ventures John Matthesen, Serial Entrepreneur / Angel Investor / Venture Partner The program will take place at the beautiful Crow Canyon Country Club and will include a tasty buffet dinner. Dana H. Shultz, Attorney at Law +1 510 547-0545 dana [at] danashultz [dot] com This blog does not provide legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you need legal advice, please contact a lawyer directly.

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