Silicon Valley Bank's Dan Connolly to Be Panelist at YEO's 'Financial Alternatives to Venture and Equity' Event on July 16

Company news  |  July 16, 2001

Austin, TX -- July 16, 2001 -- Dan Connolly, senior relationship manager in Silicon Valley Bank's Austin regional office, will serve as a panelist at the Young Entrepreneurs Organization (YEO) panel discussion: "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" The panel will discuss financing alternatives to venture and equity on July 16 at Mirabelle Restaurant in Austin, Texas.

As YEO Austin's first event of the 2001-2002 season, the panel will discuss how to raise capital in a difficult equity market. Other panelists will include Lisa Haenisch, president of American Business Capital, and Mark Warner, vice president of Growth Capital Partners. Darrell Windham of the law firm Winstead, Sechrest & Minick will moderate the panel.

Silicon Valley Bank serves emerging growth and middle market companies in targeted niches, focusing on technology and life sciences, while also addressing other specific industries in which it can provide a higher level of service and better manage credit through specialization and focus.

The Bank operates throughout the Silicon Valley: Santa Clara, Palo Alto and Sand Hill, the center of the venture capital community in California. Other regional offices within California include: Irvine, Los Angeles, Napa Valley, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, and Sonoma. Office locations outside of California include: Phoenix, Arizona; Boulder, Colorado; West Palm Beach, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; Boston, Massachusetts; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Durham, North Carolina; Portland, Oregon; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Austin, Texas; Dallas, Texas; Northern Virginia; and Seattle, Washington.

What:Young Entrepreneurs Organization Panel Discussion and Luncheon
Who:Dan Connolly, senior relationship manager, Silicon Valley Bank
When:July 16, 2001

SVB Contact: Andrea McGhee, (408) 654-3078,