Attendees can plan to enjoy a full day of insights from major buyers, private equity investors, venture capitalists, angel investors, analysts and CEOs of technology companies who have recently sold.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 29, 2012
World Financial Symposiums, the international organization dedicated to educating technology leaders, announced today that its “Growth and Exit Strategies for Software and IT Companies” conference will be held in Seattle for the second time in its decade-long history, on January 30, 2013. The members of the conference’s opening panel were also announced.
The conference will run from 9:00am to 5:00pm at the Davis Wright Tremaine Conference Center in downtown Seattle. “Growth and Exit Strategies” is known for consistently staying ahead of the financial and technology trends that can make or break value positioning. Attendees can plan to enjoy a full day of insights from major buyers, private equity investors, venture capitalists, angel investors, analysts and CEOs of technology companies who have recently sold.
The event’s opening panel Exit Options panel will discuss current overall trends in the technology industry. The event will feature leaders from a variety of perspectives:
- Dean Jacobson, Accel-KKR
- Sendur Sellakumar, Morgan Stanley
- John Cook, GeekWire
- Nat Burgess, Corum Group
The conference is an ideal networking and educational opportunity for CEOs, CFOs, corporate investors or other deal participants in the software and IT sector. Attendees can register now for the WFS conference, sponsored by Corum Group, Davis Wright Tremaine and Geekwire, and save $100.
About World Financial Symposiums (WFS)
WFS is an international organization dedicated to educating technology leaders and encouraging deal flow among key industry colleagues. As a networking facilitator, World Financial Symposiums organizes and promotes forums, seminars and conferences; drawing over 1000 senior deal makers including CEOs, CFOs, corporate investors and other deal participants from software and IT industries worldwide to dozens of events over the past decade.