Venture Summit Silicon Valley 2009 Program

Live Web Cast provided by Tony Perkins, Founder and Editor, AlwaysOn, tp@alwayson-network.com

Program—Tuesday, December 8th

8:30am to 5:00pm PST

8:30am

Opening Remarks

•  Co-Host: Tony Perkins, Founder, AlwaysOn

•  Co-Host: Arden Pennell, Program Director, AlwaysOn

8:45am

Keynote Address: What is Really Happening to the VC Industry?

•  Bill Gurley, Partner, Benchmark

9:15am

The VC Industry in Transition

What’s next for Sand Hill Road? Experienced VCs discuss the future of the asset class, as LPs, banks, and markets undergo changes.

Moderator: Moderator: Steve Morgan, KPMG

•  Todd Chaffee, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners

•  David Cowan, Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners

•  Dixon Doll, Co-founder & General Partner, DCM

•  Deepak Kamra, General Partner, Canaan Partners

•  Ann Winblad, Co-founder & Managing Director, Hummer Winblad

10:20am

Exits: What’s the M&A and IPO Outlook for 2010?

Moderator: Julia Reigel, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

•  Paul Deninger, Vice Chairman, Jefferies & Co.

•  George Lee, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs

•  Andrew Guevara, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

•  Ivan Brockman, Sr. Managing Director, The Blackstone Group

•  Ethan Topper, CEO, Union Square Advisors

10:20am

Keynote Address: Keynote: The Deal—The Importance of Free-Trade

•  Tim Draper, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

10:30am

Bulls in a China Shop—The Local Advantage in Chinese VC

As the Chinese VC market matures and major American tech firms are bested by Chinese rivals, how do leading venture firms hone their local advantage?

Moderator: Rebecca Fannin, International Editor, Asian Venture Capital Journal

•  Tim Draper, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

•  Richard Lim, Managing Director, GSR Ventures

•  Glenn Solomon, Managing Partner, GGV Capital

11:00am

What Funding Crisis?

Silicon Valley’s leading early and angel investors discuss what’s whetting their appetite and the 2010 funding strategy.

Moderator: Sam Angus, Partner, Fenwick & West

•  Ron Conway, Founder, Angel Investors LP

•  Joyce Chung, Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures

•  Aydin Senkut, President & Founder, Felicis Ventures

•  Howard Hartenbaum, Partner, August Capital

11:45am

Fireside Chat: The VC 100—Insights and VC Outlook

•  Tony Perkins, Founder and Editor, AlwaysOn

•  Victor Boyajian, Global Chair, Sonnenschein Venture Technology Group

12:20pm

Announcing the Top 25 Women in Tech to Watch, Presented by Accenture

•  Liz Tinkham, Global Managing Director–Management Consulting

and Integrated Markets, Communications and High Tech Operating Group, Accenture

•  Tony Perkins, Founder and Editor, AlwaysOn

2:00pm

Addressing Private-Company Liquidity

Which are the best ways for stakeholders in private equities to buy & sell? After a surge in 2009, what’s the secondary-market outlook in 2010 and beyond?

Moderator: Ken Loveless, Managing Director, SVB Capital

•  Joseph Marks, Principal, Coller Capital

•  Colin McGrady, Managing Director, Cogent Capital

•  Jamie Hale, Partner, Aldenwood Capital

•  Dwight Badger, CEO, Advanced Equities

2:45pm

The New-Millennium Strategy for Boutique and Middle-Market Banks

In the post-Lehman world, the banking sector is open to disruption. What’s the 2010 outlook for leading boutiques and middle-market banks? What are alternate strategies to IPO?

Moderator: Craig Menden, Partner, Sonnenschein Venture Technology Group

•  Jamie Montgomery, CEO, Montgomery & Co.

•  John Moriarty, Managing Director, Baird & Co.

•  David Rodoni, Managing Director, Revolution Partners

•  Jason Hutchinson, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey

4:30pm

The IT Outlook for 2010 and Beyond—The VC 100 Weigh In

The nation’s top VCs who have produced exits for LPs and entrepreneurs discuss investing strategy in infrastructure and infotech.

Moderator: Victor Boyajian, Global Chair, Sonnenschein Venture Technology Group

•  Woody Benson, Partner, Prism VentureWorks

•  Neal Dempsey, Managing General Partner, Bay Partners

•  Michael Kwatinetz, General Partner, Azure Capital Partners

•  Steve Harrick, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners

Program—Tuesday, December 8th
8:30am to 5:00pm PST
8:30am
Opening Remarks
•  Co-Host: Tony Perkins, Founder, AlwaysOn
•  Co-Host: Arden Pennell, Program Director, AlwaysOn
8:45am
Keynote Address: What is Really Happening to the VC Industry?
•  Bill Gurley, Partner, Benchmark
9:15am
The VC Industry in Transition
What’s next for Sand Hill Road? Experienced VCs discuss the future of the asset class, as LPs, banks, and markets undergo changes.
Moderator: Moderator: Steve Morgan, KPMG
•  Todd Chaffee, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners
•  David Cowan, Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
•  Dixon Doll, Co-founder & General Partner, DCM
•  Deepak Kamra, General Partner, Canaan Partners
•  Ann Winblad, Co-founder & Managing Director, Hummer Winblad
10:20am
Exits: What’s the M&A and IPO Outlook for 2010?
Moderator: Julia Reigel, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
•  Paul Deninger, Vice Chairman, Jefferies & Co.
•  George Lee, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
•  Andrew Guevara, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
•  Ivan Brockman, Sr. Managing Director, The Blackstone Group
•  Ethan Topper, CEO, Union Square Advisors
10:20am
Keynote Address: Keynote: The Deal—The Importance of Free-Trade
•  Tim Draper, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
10:30am
Bulls in a China Shop—The Local Advantage in Chinese VC
As the Chinese VC market matures and major American tech firms are bested by Chinese rivals, how do leading venture firms hone their local advantage?
Moderator: Rebecca Fannin, International Editor, Asian Venture Capital Journal
•  Tim Draper, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
•  Richard Lim, Managing Director, GSR Ventures
•  Glenn Solomon, Managing Partner, GGV Capital
11:00am
What Funding Crisis?
Silicon Valley’s leading early and angel investors discuss what’s whetting their appetite and the 2010 funding strategy.
Moderator: Sam Angus, Partner, Fenwick & West
•  Ron Conway, Founder, Angel Investors LP
•  Joyce Chung, Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures
•  Aydin Senkut, President & Founder, Felicis Ventures
•  Howard Hartenbaum, Partner, August Capital
11:45am
Fireside Chat: The VC 100—Insights and VC Outlook
•  Tony Perkins, Founder and Editor, AlwaysOn
•  Victor Boyajian, Global Chair, Sonnenschein Venture Technology Group
12:20pm
Announcing the Top 25 Women in Tech to Watch, Presented by Accenture
•  Liz Tinkham, Global Managing Director–Management Consulting
and Integrated Markets, Communications and High Tech Operating Group, Accenture
•  Tony Perkins, Founder and Editor, AlwaysOn
2:00pm
Addressing Private-Company Liquidity
Which are the best ways for stakeholders in private equities to buy & sell? After a surge in 2009, what’s the secondary-market outlook in 2010 and beyond?
Moderator: Ken Loveless, Managing Director, SVB Capital
•  Joseph Marks, Principal, Coller Capital
•  Colin McGrady, Managing Director, Cogent Capital
•  Jamie Hale, Partner, Aldenwood Capital
•  Dwight Badger, CEO, Advanced Equities
2:45pm
The New-Millennium Strategy for Boutique and Middle-Market Banks
In the post-Lehman world, the banking sector is open to disruption. What’s the 2010 outlook for leading boutiques and middle-market banks? What are alternate strategies to IPO?
Moderator: Craig Menden, Partner, Sonnenschein Venture Technology Group
•  Jamie Montgomery, CEO, Montgomery & Co.
•  John Moriarty, Managing Director, Baird & Co.
•  David Rodoni, Managing Director, Revolution Partners
•  Jason Hutchinson, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey
4:30pm
The IT Outlook for 2010 and Beyond—The VC 100 Weigh In
The nation’s top VCs who have produced exits for LPs and entrepreneurs discuss investing strategy in infrastructure and infotech.
Moderator: Victor Boyajian, Global Chair, Sonnenschein Venture Technology Group
•  Woody Benson, Partner, Prism VentureWorks
•  Neal Dempsey, Managing General Partner, Bay Partners
•  Michael Kwatinetz, General Partner, Azure Capital Partners
•  Steve Harrick, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners