Oct 6 – Deal Forum in SLC!

 

   

Where: Zions Bank, Founders Room, Salt Lake City

When: Thursday, October 6 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Pitching to investors when you are not ready can burn your deal in the investment community. Wouldn’t it be great if you could pitch in a safe environment designed to accelerate the quest for capital? This is what the Deal Forum Pitch Event offers. 

Come see companies present their pitch to Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors for feedback, networking, and introductions.  

Presenting Companies

 “Core Learning Exchange’s (Core-LX) mission is to enable educators to realize the promise of personalized learning.”

 MyOrganicGrocery.com is a family owned business located in the beautiful Western Rocky Mountains.  Our product selection is designed to appeal to customers seeking a wide selection of organic and natural products.”

Investor Panel

Andy Jorgensen – Lighthouse Investments

Ron White – SLC Angels

Sam Bernards – Peak Venture Capital Partners

Ted McAleer – Park City Angels

If you are interested in pitching at an upcoming Deal Forum, click here.

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Thank you to our Strategic Partners!

      

Thank you to our Supporters!

 

Wayne Brown Institute

VentureCapital.org

120 South Main St.

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

(801) 595-1141
VentureCapital.org

 

 

2017-05-23T11:36:46-06:00 September 22nd, 2016|

About the Author:

The Wayne Brown Institute was founded by the late Dr. Wayne Brown in 1983. Dr. Brown held positions in mechanical engineering and served as Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Utah. In addition to his academic postings, he was a founder of Kenway Engineering (HK Systems), TerraTek, NPI (Agridyne Technologies), the Utah Innovation Center (the world’s first venture accelerator/incubator) and Utah Ventures (now Pelion Partners, Utah’s first and largest venture fund). By virtue of his academic, government, and business background, Dr. Brown was a leading authority in technological innovation and entrepreneurship. Many of the world’s science/research parks, innovation centers, and incubators have their roots with Dr. Brown. In addition to his many accomplishments, he has affected the role of government in innovation and entrepreneurship as the architect with Roland Tibbitts of the national Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. Later, as head of the State’s Science Council he spearheaded legislation to create the Utah Technology Finance Corporation (UTFC, now Innoventures), and Utah’s Centers of Excellence program. He successfully negotiated with the U. S. government to obtain military land for the establishment of the University of Utah’s Research Park, and key in the establishment of the USU Research Park and Timpanogos technology Park in Orem (Novell campus). His knowledge, experience and passion live on in the Wayne Brown Institute, its staff, its investor-led Board, and its countless supporters.