EVENT ADVISORY for San Jose, CA – Sean Murphy, CEO at SKMurphy, will host the “Will Work For Equity – the World of Startups” panel discussion at the 2010 Silicon Valley Code Camp at Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA. The panel will outline important tips and issues to consider if you are investing your time in a startup.
Silicon Valley Code Camp is a wildly successful community unconference event. The Code Camp is about coding and software development where developers learn from fellow developers. The 2010 Silicon Valley Code Camp will have 193 sessions with presentation topics suggested and voted on by attendees.
A panel of three startup CEO’s will offer their perspectives on finding co-founders and answer questions from the audience.
- Peter Hoffman CEO of Interactive Mobile Solutions. IMS helps event planners enhance their attendees’ conference experience through an innovative, mobile technology solution called ConferenceConnect.
- Merc Martinelli CEO of Verdafero. Verdafero Inc. has developed a SaaS platform that can be used for sustainability planning, energy efficiency and carbon management services for small and medium enterprise businesses.
- Matt Cameron CEO of Corporate Catapult. Corporate Catapult Inc, a career acceleration tool that is presently in private alpha.
Who: Sean Murphy, CEO, SKMurphy Inc
When: Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 2:45 pm
Where: Silicon Valley Code Camp at Foothill College, Room 8402
12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
About SKMurphy Inc.
SKMurphy, Inc. helps early stage startups and consultants market and sell the intangible, whether it is software or services. The company serves as advisors to dozens of startups, helping them explore new options, and to identify early customers and early revenue. Its clients offer software products or services in a wide variety of industries, including engineering, legal, health care, EDA, workgroup collaboration tools, financial, cellular, and text analytics