Business

Over 60 VCs, 50 startups, 500 attendees slated for New York Venture Summit 2018

new york venture summit
5.91Kviews

More than 50 venture capitalists, 50 startups, and 500 attendees are confirmed for New York Venture Summit 2018, taking place in New York City from July 10-11.

Whether you are an investor seeking access to new early stage deals, or a CEO or Founder of a new venture looking for funding, visibility and growth, the New York Venture Summit is one event you won’t want to miss.

The 18th annual New York Venture Summit, presented by youngStartup Ventures, is the premier industry gathering connecting venture capitalists, corporate VCs, angel investors, technology transfer professionals, senior executives of early stage and emerging growth companies, university researchers, incubators and premier service providers.

It will take place at Convene in New York City, NY from July 10-11.

Those looking to attend can register now and get an extra 10% off the 50% reduced early bird rates with promocode: SOCIABLEVIP .

A select group of more than 50 Top Innovators from the Technology, Cleantech, Life Sciences and EdTech sectors will be chosen to present their breakthrough investment opportunities to an exclusive audience of Venture Capitalists, Private Investors, Investment Bankers, Corporate Investors, and Strategic Partners.

youngStartup’s Venture Summits (YSV) connect the most innovative, promising venture-backed, emerging growth and early stage companies with active investors, investment bankers, advisors and corporate professionals.

The summits feature insightful discussions, the newest technologies and latest trends currently shaping the future. YSV understands how important it is to meet the right people and network with like-minded individuals.

The events ensure that only the most cutting edge companies and relevant investors are present. youngStartup assures that at their conferences you are given the opportunity to mingle with those in the know, chat with those who are informed and forge the connections you need to succeed.

youngStartup Ventures, founded in 1999, was built on the dream of assisting entrepreneurs in building successful enterprises. Over the past 15 years, youngStartup has connected hundreds of emerging start-ups with VCs, corporate investors, angel investors, and investment bankers. Its annual conferences in NYC, New England, and California are hubs for investors to connect with CEOs of early stage and emerging startups.

VCs attending this year’s New York Venture Summit include:

Mark Austin, Partner, Bright Capital | Amit Bansal, Principal, Digitalis Ventures | Peter Bastien, Principal, Next47 | Gil Beyda, Managing Director, Comcast Ventures | Wes Blackwell, Partner, Scout Ventures | Brandon Blaesser, Investor, NewWorld Capital Group | Sim Blaustein, Partner, Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments | Kenneth Bronfin, Senior Managing Director, Hearst Ventures | Stanley Buchesky, Managing Partner, EdTech Fund | Don Burton, Managing & Founding Partner, LearnStart | Jason Cahill, Founder & Managing Director, McCune Capital | Sara Chamberlain, Managing Director , Energy Foundry | Trace Cohen, Managing Director, New York Venture Partners | Meghan Cross Breeden, Managing Partner, Red Bear Angels | Vijay Doradla, Director, Verizon Ventures | Miriam Eaves, Venture Partner, BP Ventures | Sana Fathima, Investment Manager, Lockheed Martin Ventures | Meredith Finn, Senior Director, Salesforce Ventures | Elizabeth Galbut, Founding Partner, SoGal Ventures | Anna Garcia, General Partner, Runway Venture Partners | Stephen Gilfus, Partner, New Markets Venture Partners | Jamison Hill, Senior Principal, Bain Capital Ventures | Ali Iz, Managing Partner, NewWorld Capital Group | Jalak Jobanputra, Founder & Managing Partner, FuturePerfect Ventures | Habib Kairouz, Managing Partner, Rho Capital Partners | Ash Kaluarachchi, Co-Founder, StartEd Accelerator | Gyan Kapur, Vice President, Activate Venture Partners | Spencer Krug, Investor, RiverPark Ventures | Nate Lentz, Managing Partner, Osage Venture Partners | Marissa Lowman, Head of Education Practice, Village Capital | Jiong Ma, Partner, Braemar Energy Ventures | Marcos Martinez-Villalba, Investor, Revel Partners | Olga Maslikhova, Managing Partner , Phystech Ventures | McCall McIntyre, Investor, Samsung Next | David Miller, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Clean Energy Venture Group | T.T. Nguyen Duc, Managing Director, Pearson Affordable Learning Fund | Sumay Parikh, Investor, Quake Capital Partners | Victoria Pettibone, Managing Director, Astia Angels | Sergei Petukhov, Partner, Enso Ventures | Daniel Pianko, Partner, University Ventures | Jean-Noel Poirier, Managing Partner, Clean Energy Venture Group | Gopal Rajaraman, Investment Principal, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital | Mark Roehrenbeck, Principal , Rho Acceleration | Mike Rogers, Partner, Interplay Ventures | David Rogg, Vice President, FirstMark Capital | Rob Rosenberg, Partner, Prolog Ventures | Ben Sampson, Director, GE Ventures | Reese Schroeder, Managing Director, Tyson Ventures | Shardul Shah, Partner, Index Ventures | Saurabh Sharma, Partner, Jump Capital | Ishan Sinha, Investor, Point72 Ventures | Amit Srivastava, Senior Partner , Cycle Capital Management | Jarrid Tingle, Managing Partner, Harlem Capital Partners | Laurel Touby, Managing Partner, Supernode Ventures | Catherine Ulrich, Partner, FirstMark Capital | Maria Velissaris, Member, Pipeline Angels | Pelli Wang, Principal, Consensys Capital | Cayla Weisberg, Partner, InvestHER Ventures | Holly Zimmerman, Managing Director, Golden Seeds | and many more.

8 Comments

    1. Hi Sam,

      I’m verifying with the organizers and we’ll let you know when it’s back up and running.

      Thanks!

      -Tim

    1. Hi Jerrod,

      I’m verifying with the organizers and we’ll let you know when it’s back up and running.

      Thanks!

      -Tim

Leave a Response

Tim Hinchliffe
Tim Hinchliffe is a veteran journalist whose passions include writing about how technology impacts society and Artificial Intelligence. He prefers writing in-depth, interesting features that people actually want to read. Previously, he worked as a reporter for the Ghanaian Chronicle in West Africa, and Colombia Reports in South America. tim@sociable.co