Signature Family Office & Foundation Event: 3 Trends Disrupting Venture Capital
Join Atlanta family office and foundation professional investors for a private breakfast seminar on key trends on the frontier of venture capital investing. Themes of inclusion, innovation, and geographic dislocation present some of the most attractive business growth opportunities in history for venture capital as an asset class. Financial inclusion ranks as an enabler for 7 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. The World Bank Group considers financial inclusion as a key enabler to boost shared prosperity.
Investing in venture capital is where economic development trends intersect with intentional wealth capital creation and preservation.
Learn how these themes are playing out in this educational breakfast seminar specifically for investors by Valor co-founders Robin Bienfait and Lisa Calhoun. Expect lively conversation and Q&A and a deep dive into recent research.
- Continental breakfast offered.
- Parking is free.
- Dress is business casual.
- No cost for foundations and family offices to attend.
About Lisa Calhoun
Founding General Partner, ValorVC
Lisa Calhoun is the founding general partner at Valor Ventures, a woman-owned, early-stage venture capital firm headquartered in Atlanta. Her approach to investing has appeared in Forbes, Fortune, Wired, the Wall Street Journal and Inc. Lisa has contributed to over $1B in exit value from emerging technologies. She is a Kauffman Fellow and class president of KFP 23. Lisa launched the Startup Runway Foundation, the largest nonprofit in the country connecting under-represented founders to their first professional investor.
About Robin Bienfait
Founding Partner, Valor.VC
Robin rose through the ranks at AT&T, was CIO at Blackberry/ Rim, and Chief Innovation Officer at Samsung before launching her innovation center at Atlanta Tech Park and co-founding Valor Ventures. She has advised on over 100 successful technology acquisitions and mentored hundreds of people to create inspired innovation results across globally diverse teams. She is the founder of Atlanta Tech Park.
About the event
Dress code is business casual.
Seating is limited for this important topic. Please register today to protect your access. This seminar usually sells out well in advance. Attendees receive a copy of the presentation.
1. For your safety, our security protocol requires that the name on your ticket must match the name on your identification, which may be checked before you are escorted to our private board room.
2. There is no photography allowed in the event for the privacy of our guests.