The CEO Showcase program is an open forum where companies can unveil their go-to-market strategies
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San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2006
BlueLithium Inc. announced that CEO Gurbaksh Chahal has been invited to participate in an exclusive CEO pitch event at the AlwaysOn 2006 Innovation Summit. Co-hosted by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the CEO Showcase allows 50 CEOs from the top innovating companies in Silicon Valley to pitch their business models to a panel of venture capitalists and industry insiders.
The showcase is a series of interactive sessions whereby CEOs receive feedback from several top VC experts on their overall business models. Sessions are open to all throughout the event, giving attendees the opportunity to learn from the cream of the technology crop. After each sector, there will be a review by an AlwaysOn panel of industry experts. After each presentation, the audience will have an opportunity to meet the CEO and ask further questions in a breakout area. The top three companies will be given the opportunity to present to the audience on the main stage at the end of the event.
Mr. Chahal will be presenting on July 26 at 9:00 a.m. PT in the Fisher Conference Center. He will be outlining the model that has made BlueLithium an award-winning ad network, focusing on innovation, market potential, customer adoption and stakeholder value creation.
“The CEO Showcase program is an open forum where companies can unveil their go-to-market strategies,” said Tony Perkins, founder of AlwaysOn. “Following in the tradition of AlwaysOn, companies are able to obtain unique insights from leading industry insiders, meet their peers and partners, and gain the attention of the venture community.”
BlueLithium also won the Top Innovator award from AlwaysOn, an award whose past winners include industry giants Google, Salesforce.com and Skype. To learn more about this prestigious honor, read the full press release at http://www.bluelithium.com/press/2006071201.html
The AO2006 Innovation Summit will be held July 25-27, 2006 in Palo Alto, California on the Stanford University campus. To register, please visit http://alwayson.goingon.com/permalink/post/866. If you will be attending the Summit and would like to set up a meeting with Gurbaksh Chahal or another BlueLithium executive, please contact Morgan McDowell of blast! PR at (919) 833-9975 ext. 12.
Based in San Jose, CA, BlueLithium challenges the legacy ways of doing business to help online marketers achieve extraordinary results. Combining a powerful one-two punch of one of the largest ad networks with superior targeting and optimization-on-the-fly technology, BlueLithium creates a unique site network for each advertiser that is customized to their marketing objectives. Reaching 100M unique users or 51 percent of the Web, BlueLithium delivers 6 billion impressions per month across more than 1,000 sites. For more information, please visit http://www.bluelithium.com/
About the Stanford Technology Ventures Program
The Stanford Technology Ventures Program is dedicated to accelerating high-technology entrepreneurship education and creating scholarly research on technology-based firms. STVP (http://stvp.stanford.edu) believes that engineers and scientists need entrepreneurial skills to be successful at all levels within an organization. The program prepares students for leadership positions in industry, academics, and society. In addition, STVP disseminates research and teaching knowledge throughout the world. STVP is located within the Stanford University School of Engineering and is hosted by the Department of Management Science and Engineering.
About MIT/Stanford Venture Lab
The MIT/Stanford Venture Lab (VLAB) is a joint venture between the MIT Enterprise Forum, the Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) at Stanford University, and the Alumni Association of the Graduate School of Business. As the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum, VLAB is dedicated to promoting the growth and success of high-tech entrepreneurial ventures by connecting ideas, technology and people. VLAB’s distinctive events provide participants and audience members alike the opportunity to exchange ideas about how to successfully navigate the entrepreneurial waters. Monthly forums bring together highly respected, successful business leaders, industry experts and entrepreneurs who collaborate on the best ways to address ongoing entrepreneurial issues and expand their business. See http://www.vlab.org for more information.
AlwaysOn is transforming the communication business with its online blogging network; establishing it as a leader in the open media revolution. Borrowing on the underground blogging and social networking traditions, AlwaysOn (http://www.alwayson.goingon.com) was launched in 2003. Today, AlwaysOn’s annual Stanford Summit and OnHollywood events, print “blogozine” and online services encourage direct collaboration between the global thought leaders and technology insiders whose ideas and innovations are shaping the always-on world.
AlwaysOn, LLC, is a privately held and virtually headquartered company born out of the heart of Silicon Valley.