We are members of SVForum and find it a wonderful resource for founders and developers. It’s a not-for-profit organization that has a long track record in helping entrepreneurs. Susan Lucas-Conwell, CEO of SVForum, has done a fantastic job at creating a support network for Silicon Valley startups. If you’re a founder in the Bay Area, we highly recommend you join.
SVForum fosters innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership within the Silicon Valley ecosystem of individuals and businesses participating in emerging technologies. We do this by:
Build your rolodex and gain exposure for your company and services. Events include our Investor Forum and panel discussions on timely business and technical trends. They attract larger crowds and offer opportunities to grow your network.
Learn cutting-edge business practices from leading industry experts. Includes practical skill-building classes as well as how to start, fund and grow a technology venture.
One-on-One Advisory Meetings
Get feedback on your business strategy, investor appeal, and legal issues. Meet privately with leading venture capitalists, angel investors, attorneys, and business coaches.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Network with industry professionals at any of the monthly SIG meetings.
Conference Room & Meeting Facilities
Leverage SVForum facilities for your upcoming meetings and events. We have a conference room and small visiting office available by reservation. SVForum members are entitled to a free one day use, space and scheduling permitting. For details, please contact Denyse Cardozo.
Online discussion groups, Web resources, a monthly newsletter, and more.