Three of Silicon Valley’s top venture capitalists reveal how their world works, what makes a successful pitch, what’s hot and what’s not. David Hornik, general partner at August Capital (which Inc.com called “the gem of the portfolio of multiple investors”) invests broadly in information technology companies. Amy Errett, founder and CEO of Madison Reed and former venture capitalist at Maveron Ventures, has a proven track record of transforming industries that are ripe for disruption. And Hunter Walk, formerly with Google and YouTube, created Homebrew, a $35-million seed-stage fund. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from the tech world’s movers and shakers.
TV news veteran Sue Kwon has won multiple Emmy and Associated Press awards for her business reporting. She currently serves as Head of Communications for Honor, a fast-growing startup modernizing home care with innovative technology and high-quality caregivers.