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Join the Techonomy and Observer Roundtable on The Death (and Future) of Venture Capital

Recently the Observer and The Information have published essays arguing that venture capital as practiced over the last half century is becoming obsolete (even while there is more of it available than ever before). What forces are at work that are compelling venture capital to adapt? What ways will startups in the future find the funding to grow their businesses?

On November 18, join Techonomy and the Observer in an enlightening, video roundtable discussion with VC industry experts. 

SPEAKERS:

  • James Ledbetter, Chief Content Officer of Clarim Media and editor & publisher of FIN 
  • Blair Silverberg, Founder and CEO of Hum Capital
  • Moderator: Meg Marco, Editor-in-chief of Observer 

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4 Responses to “Join the Techonomy and Observer Roundtable on The Death (and Future) of Venture Capital”

  1. Jerry Ashton says:

    Can’t wait to hear from the savants.

  2. Lowell Feuer says:

    Who knows where VC will morph? Fees? Fund life? Hurdles?
    Maybe a new form of Venture Investing/incubation is needed.

  3. Francie Scanlon says:

    May capital always magnet victorious venture.

  4. paolo says:

    Sequoia is changing the vc model

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