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Thursday, October 18 • 2:20pm - 2:50pm
Funding and Investing: The Business of the Cloud

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It's no doubt that the shift to the cloud has had a major impact on the business of software, and how customers consume what we build. This session explores how the cloud is changing which opportunities exist for startups and how startups shold avail themselves of the cloud. The panelists will also chat about the trends, patterns and future around the business of the cloud. Hear leading investors' views on what the role of the cloud is and what you should know for your company. 

 


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Byron Deeter

Bessemer Venture Partners, Partner
Byron Deeter, a partner in Bessemer’s Menlo Park, Calif. office, joined the firm in 2005. At Bessemer, he focuses on investments in the cloud-computing and Internet sectors. | | Prior to joining Bessemer, Byron was a successful entrepreneur, investor and consultant. He most recently worked as an executive at IBM after the company’s 2004 acquisition of Trigo Technologies. Byron served as founding president & CEO of Trigo, which... Read More →
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Aileen Lee

Founder, Cowboy Ventures
Aileen Lee is founder of a seed-stage focused fund currently called Cowboy Ventures, announced in July 2012. She is also a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, which she joined in 1999. At KPCB, she has focused on working with mostly consumer-oriented digital companies, including Callaway Digital Arts, Dollar Shave Club, One Kings Lane, Plum District, Rent the Runway, True & Company, and RMG Networks (formerly Danoo), where she... Read More →
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Dave McClure

Founder, 500 Startups
Dave is an angel investor and creator of 500 Startups, an accelerator program for early stage companies. His work around helping entrepreneurs understand the power of the marketing funnel, combined with the rise of the lean startup movement, have fundamentally changed how people are building and running startups.
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Naval Ravikant

Founder, AngelList
Naval is the founder of AngelList, Vast, and Epinions
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Albert Wenger

Venture Capitalist, Union Square Ventures
Albert is a venture capitalist with Union Square Ventures. Before becoming a VC, he founded 5 companies, and also served as the president of Delicious during the company's sale to Yahoo! Albert won the German national computer competition at the age of 18 and holds a PhD in Information Technology from MIT. | | Check out his blog and his side project DailyLit, a service for reading books by email or RSS


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