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The economic landscape of venture capital is evolving as quickly as startups themselves. With the recent advent of "super angels," "micro" funds, and crowdfunding; the lines of private equity are becoming increasingly blurred.
Venture capitalists from the worlds of information technology, healthcare, and cleantech discuss current funding practices and what we can expect to see in the future from all areas of private equity at "CSV 14: The Future Is Cornell," Cornell Silicon Valley's 14th annual conference April 1, 2014.
Featuring: John Balen '82, MBA '86, General Partner, Canaan Partners; Morgan Beller '13, Partner, Andreessen Horowitz; Mike Goguen '86, Managing Partner, Sequoia Capital; Ed Hurwitz '85, Founder and Managing Director, Precision Bioventures and Director, Alta Partners; Scott Nolan '04, MEng '04, Partner, Founders Fund; Roger Strauch '78, Chairman, The Roda Group; and Andy Verhalen '78, MEng '81, MBA '81, General Partner, Matrix Partners.