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[ES] Startup School: How to manage Google Ads effectively
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Watch Previous Live Sessions
Startup Survival and Funding: VCs' Perspectives
Discover VCs' perspectives on investing, survival tips, blueprints, and emerging trends.
Seed Strategy: Fundraising in Recession Years
In this session, we'll be hosting Jeff Clavier, Uncork Capital's Founder and Managing Partner, a veteran venture capitalist and an early-stage investor backing successful startups such as Fitbit (NYSE:FIT), Sendgrid (NYSE:SEND, Twilio), Eventbrite (NYSE:EB), Mint (Intuit), Brightroll (Yahoo), LiveRamp (Acxiom), and Wildfire (Google). Jeff will draw from his experience investing and supporting startups during the previous economic downturns, sharing his take on how founders can better prepare to raise their Seed round, as well as his perspective on how Seed funding will evolve in 2020 and beyond.
The CIO View: Objectives for Startups in 2020 and Beyond
In this session, Alan Boehme, VP Innovation Digital/Information Technology at Procter & Gamble, one of the world's largest consumer multinational corporations shares his perspective on what's on the horizon for post-COVID-19 technologies and engagement with startups in various verticals. How did the pandemic affect the application of information technology within large corporations? In what way has the innovation strategy roadmap changed and what challenges lie ahead for startups looking to sell into big corporations? Which sectors and technologies can contribute to market recovery and where is the opportunity for them to drive revenue growth, service quality, improve production, and cost controls?