Stephen Socolof on stage with LP Lutz Stoeber of Evonik talking about strategic partnering at the Global Corporate Venturing Synergize event in New York City on September 25, 2019.
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Collaboration. Differentiation. Excellence. Join us as we celebrate an impressive group of honorees and amazing sponsors at this year’s at NJ Tech Council Awards Celebration 2019 #thetechcouncil #awardscelebration Register Today! https://bit.ly/njtcawards
MARRIOT, TEANECK, NJ
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Hear Managing Partner Jim Gunton along with fellow featured thought leaders in the CEO FORUM: When & How to Best Raise Money and Allocate Equity As You Grow Powered by Morgan Lewis & WithumSmith + Brown
Featured Thought Leaders:
- Ramana Jampala, President & CEO @ Avlino
- Marc Betesh, President @ Visual Lease
- Suuchi Ramesh, CEO @ Suuchi
- Jim Gunton, Managing Partner @ Tech Council Ventures
Leadership Summit is a unique gathering of tech executives, thought leaders and founders committed to several common goals: becoming better leaders, managing innovation and change, raising the bar for their brand and business.
Jim Gunton will join Reynold Panettieri, Vice Chancellor for Translational Medicine and Science, for an event from the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science (NJ ACTS), a clinical and translational science consortium led by Rutgers University, with partnership from Princeton University and New Jersey Institute of Technology.
To learn more visit: https://njacts.rbhs.rutgers.edu/event/10587/
Mark Kolb will be attending Angel Venture Fair’s Snake Pit 2019 on Dec 12, 2019, 7:30 AM — 10:00 AM EST at Baker Tilly’s Philadelphia office- 1650 Market St., Suite 4500 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Baker Tilly will be sponsoring Angel Venture Fair’s eighth annual Snake Pit, which gives capital-seeking entrepreneurs experience and guidance when presenting to investors.
Register and learn more here.
Hear Managing Partner Steve Socolof in the Fireside Chat: Raising capital from an Israeli Venture Capital VS. an American Venture Capital.
About this Event
Join us for an evening of information sharing and networking. Israeli wellness companies large and small are targeting the United States for growth, market share and capital. However, doing business in the U.S. brings challenges… finding customers, cost of labor, competition, regulations and so forth. Hear from entrepreneurs, investors and others who have “been there, done that.”
Fireside Chat: Raising capital from an Israeli Venture Capital VS. an American Venture Capital:
Zvika Orron, Viola – Viola is Israel’s leading technology-focused investment group with over $3 billion assets under management. We enable Israeli entrepreneurs to build transformational technology companies.
Steve Socolof, Tech council ventures – The firm manages $130 million across two comparably focused early stage venture funds. The Fund was created by the NJ Tech Council to provide expansion capital to the region’s rapid growth entrepreneurs and capitalize on the fertile ecosystem.
Moderated by: John Pennett, Partner Eisner Amper New York – Large enterprises, privately owned companies and high net worth individuals face near- and far-term accounting issues. They turn to EisnerAmper for comprehensive audit, accounting, advisory, consulting, and tax services – as well as smart, analytical insight delivered in an approachable style. EisnerAmper LLP is one of the largest accounting firms in the U.S., with nearly 1,500 employees and 180 partners across the country.
Admission is free, registration is required. Visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/capital-formation-doing-business-in-the-us-tickets-79121487499?aff=efbneb to learn more.
Jim Gunton says NJ Governor Murphy’s New Jersey Innovation Evergreen Fund is a terrific idea!
“This fund will reverse the trend of movement away from New Jersey. Talent goes where there are well-funded and promising companies. I have seen companies go where they are able to get funding. Well-funded companies attract the best people. Those companies are the most likely to succeed. Then you grow and exit, and create a self-perpetuating dynamic. … It is vital to the New Jersey economy — and exciting to watch it happen.” – Jim Gunton, Managing Partner, Tech Council Ventures