Boston -- June 18, 2001 -- Jim Maynard, senior relationship manager in Silicon Valley Bank's Boston Venture Capital Group, will be moderating a panel at the VentureOne Exchange on June 19 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. The panel topic is "Managing Capital when Liquidity Opportunities are Scarce."
Maynard's panel will discuss how entrepreneurs and investors must plan and manage their rounds of financing during the market slowdown, in order to sustain growth and reach profitability. Panelists will explain which attributes companies need to succeed when the prospect of private investment, public investment or corporate buyout is scarce.
The Exchange is VentureOne's Annual East Coast investment conference attended by venture capitalists, corporate executives, entrepreneurs and service providers focused on the private equity market. The event will include business presentations of top entrepreneurs and industry experts giving insights on the current market through keynote addresses, industry overviews and panel discussions.
Panelists include Michael Balmuth, general partner with Summit Accelerator Fund, Yuchun Lee, founder and CEO of Unica Corporation, Gautam Prakash, general partner of Bessemer Venture Partners and Ben Coes, chairman and founder of Beachfire.
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