Global Venture Forum 2015

The last time professional investors looked internationally was in the late 90s. Since 2000, nearly 100 technology companies worth more than $1bn have been founded outside the United States.

The Global Venture Forum is an invitation-only, half-day program that packs in all CXO, VC and Corporate leaders want to know. The main program is held November 17 in Mountain View (@ Fenwick & West) and includes three main panels:

  • Panel 1: New Models in Global Venturing (VCs and Corporates)
  • Panel 2: Building Unicorns (by 15 CXOs curated from 600+ by a Selection Committee comprised of Autodesk, eBay, Oracle, SAP, Software AG and former VCs)
  • Panel 3: Three-year Horizon Domain Trends (Industry Experts)

This short and sweet program is perfect for corporates and VCs who are short on time, but want to expand their network and gain exposure to the profound opportunities sparked by global entrepreneurship, light touch regulation and R&D spend. San Francisco’s best Barista will be pouring bullet proof coffees for the third year in a row.​​​​