Brown Rowe& Maw
Bank Leumi USA
March 16th , 2004
Time: 5:30PM -8:30PM
Poster Sessions / Buffet Dinner / Networking
Corporation Presentation/ Q & A
Presentation/ Q & A
fund Presentation/ Q & A
Henry Chesbrough, Executive Director, Haas School of Business
Innovation: Why Large Companies Need Startups (and vice versa)"
has once again become possible to finance new ventures, conditions that
we haven't seen since early 2001. There is a big difference this time
around, though. Then, all the new startups were going to disintermediate
the "dinosaurs". This time, ventures are hungry to work with
them. The good news is that large companies are hungry to work with
startups as well. Professor Chesbrough will present a model of corporate
innovation, called Open Innovation, that articulates the ground rules
for engagement between ventures and established firms."
please RSVP to [email protected]
click here to register. $150 for VC/Corporate
$75 individual. Based on availability.
Code: Business Casual
Chesbrough, Executive Director, Haas School of Business
Chesbrough teaches in the Management of Technology Program at
the Haas School of Business. Previously, he was an assistant professor
of business administration, and the Class of 1961 Fellow at the
Harvard Business School. His academic work has been published
in Harvard Business Review, California Management Review, Sloan
Management Review, Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change,
Research-Technology Management, Business History Review, and the
Journal of Evolutionary Economics. He is the author of more than
20 case studies on companies in the IT and life sciences sectors.
He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University
of California-Berkeley, an MBA from Stanford University, and a
BA from Yale University, summa cum laude.
in the enterprise wireless and mobile data applications market to
provide software that facilitates wireless data transfer between
mobile workers using Personal Digital Assistants (PDA'S) and the
head office in connected and disconnected environments.
business is the production and sale of advanced automatic meter
reading and demand side management systems for utilities supporting
variable rate tariffs including dynamic real time pricing.
develops and markets medical devices enabling therapeutic treatment
of ischemia, an insufficient flow of blood to critical tissues.
The first product, the T-Stat is through clinical trials and under
review by the FDA.
develops 3D technology (3D display, 3D input device, 3D software),
AI, game & bio software.
enables 3D visual topographical map. These images are real time
streaming video over narrowband (wired or wireless) communication,
with data link capabilities for "Visual Mining".
is a free web-based e-mail site that offers users their own custom
e-mails. Under development for 2 1/2 years, it may be viewed online
while under construction using login (invest) password (invest)
Inc. is a Science and Engineering technology development start-up
in the field of transaction-based smart cards.
and patented a power router for buildings. Like its cousin in IT,
Nextek’s power module provides a critical digital interface,
providing connectivity & efficiency for the customer never before
offer by a entertainment fund (which the actor Michael Douglas is
involved)The objective is to invest in companies that own and license
Intellectual property as well as right libraries of previously produced/uproduced
Vision Technologies develops and markets a proprietary HDTV platform
called HD-ADS(TM), High Definition Advanced Delivery System.