CEO of PodTech Network, John Furrier interviews Cammie Dunaway the CMO of Yahoo on the topic of Internet Strategy. Web 2.0 Social Media marketing has arrived. Leading marketers are re-engineering their practices to include more online components to reach customers.
Learn from Cammie as she discusses the current Internet marketing approaches that marketers are taking in this new movement. The two most important themes? 1) focusing hard on the needs of the consumer and 2) integrated within a company’s marketing. The internet has become tightly focused, and small vertical niches are often more effective than large “blanket” efforts.
Cammie will be one of the notable speakers at the Internet Strategy Forum taking place in Portland, Oregon this July 19-20th 2007. Conference attendees will engage with executive speakers from Yahoo!, CNET, FedEx, IBM, WebTrends, PodTech.net, Intel, Adobe, One Economy Corp. and more, who will share their insights and ideas on how to best leverage the Internet and integrate it into overall business strategy.
Chris Larsen is CEO of Prosper.com, talks about how lenders on prosper.com’s peer-to-peer lending network can mitigate the risk they take while generating a return on their loans. This is the third of a four part series.
Entrepreneur Pankaj Jain is bootstrapping his mobile start-up, Taxila Lab, and is on the verge of releasing his product soon. Though Taxila Lab is still in stealth mode, Pankaj agreed to talk to us about his company and its new product in broad terms - it has something to do ...
Chris Larsen is CEO of Prosper.com. Here, he talks about what it takes to create vibrant communities of lenders and borrowers, and the tools his company provides to enable this process. This is the second in a series of conversations with Larsen.
Think eBay for money. That’s pretty much what Chris Larsen, CEO of Prosper.com has developed in the peer-to-peer lending network that is building a community of lenders and borrowers while trying to take a slice of the $1 trillion consumer lending market. This is the first in a four part series.
Before he handed off the microphone to Charles Beeler, PodTech Founder and CEO John Furrier spoke with Beeler about life at El Dorado Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm, located in the heart of Silicon Valley VC territory, on famous Sand Hill Road.
Hany Nada, from Granite Global Ventures, talks about the expansion-stage firm’s interests at DEMO 07, and their track record in China.
Venture capital investor Charles Beeler speaks with fellow-VC Steve Hall (his DEMO observations can be found here), from Vulcan Capital, at DEMO 2007 in January. Another positive mention for Zink, and agreement that lots of small steps are being taken in the direction of improving search technology. Hall also gets in a plug for one of his investments….
Entrepreneurs often face a mine field of potential legal problems during the startup phase. Bill Schnoor is a general partner with law firm Goodwin Proctor’s technology companies group. Here, he offers advice for entrepreneurs in structuring financial agreements with early investors to help avoid potential problems down the road.
vSpring’s Dennis Wood speaks with ContentWatch President and CEO Jack Sunderlage, about his participation in some of Utah’s most important economic development initiatives, including the Utah Technology Council, the Utah Partnership for Education, The World Trade Center Utah, and Utah Science Technology and Research ...
Professor Maheshwari is the vice chancellor of BITS Pilani, one of the most prestigious educational instituitions in India. He has held various top-level positions at the instituition over the past 35 years. He has published four books and over 80 research papers in the ares of semiconductor electronics and ...
How does smalltalk sound at DEMO? PodTech Founder and CEO John Furrier was wearing his media hat and his technology hat when he spoke with Alcatel-Lucent’s Dor Skuler and others at the DEMO Day 1 mixer. Among the issues they discuss: controling security in the workplace while allowing ...
How do you get to be the CEO of a start-up that plans to take on some of the hottest properties in online video sharing? Motionbox CEO Chris O’Brien discusses the competitive landscape he’s gotten to know, as well as a more personal look at his career path leading up ...
Motionbox is a New York-based personal video sharing startup. CEO Chris O’Brien talks about the company’s business model, and how it’s planning to scale up to compete with the dominant forces in the online video space. His experience with the startup shows him that the route to profitability can be ...
What do a bunch of elite venture capital folks do after a long day at DEMO 07 in Palm Desert, Calif.? They pile into a cab to have a chat about the day’s highlights. Here, PodTech Founder and CEO John Furrier goes over the shows’ greatest hits with
Utah venture capital and angel investment success is not limited to the Salt Lake Valley. Focusing on matching up investors and early-stage entrepreneurs, Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum chairman Steve Grizzell discusses UVEF’s origins and successes. A 20-year veteran in entrepreneurship, finance, innovation and economic development, Grizzell observes while ... Drew Clark is co-founder of the IBM Venture Capital Group. In this conversation, he discusses how the climate for starting companies has changed in recent years, with such developments as open source enabling entrepreneurs to build Web-based applications on a shoestring budget. Drew Clark, co-founder of the IBM Venture Capital Group describes the initial thinking behind the formation of IBM’s venture capital arm and how it differs in its role from traditional VC firms.
Steve Grizzell, Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum Chairman
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Utah venture capital and angel investment success is not limited to the Salt Lake Valley. Focusing on matching up investors and early-stage entrepreneurs, Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum chairman Steve Grizzell discusses UVEF’s origins and successes. A 20-year veteran in entrepreneurship, finance, innovation and economic development, Grizzell observes while ...
Drew Clark is co-founder of the IBM Venture Capital Group. In this conversation, he discusses how the climate for starting companies has changed in recent years, with such developments as open source enabling entrepreneurs to build Web-based applications on a shoestring budget.
Drew Clark, co-founder of the IBM Venture Capital Group describes the initial thinking behind the formation of IBM’s venture capital arm and how it differs in its role from traditional VC firms.
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