DEMO Spring 2010 is the premier launchpad event for innovative technology, and will take place March 21-23 at the JW Marriott in Palm Desert. With the event less than a week away, we’re unveiling information about the key themes and panelists featured in each of the seven DEMO Tech Segments.
Each vertical launch segment will feature product demonstrations, pitches by early-stage entrepreneurs, as well as a panel discussion addressing specific funding challenges and investment opportunities. Matt Marshall, Editor in Chief of VentureBeat and Executive Producer of DEMO will lead the panel discussions with key members of the DEMO ecosystem including past demonstrators, VC’s, service providers and corporate business development/acquisitions professionals.
In this post today, we’re spotlighting enterprise technology. For the investors targeting large-scale enterprise applications, the enterprise technologies segment will expose new advances for supporting corporate data, infrastructure and productivity with less cost and more control.
- Gordon Ritter, founder and general partner, Emergence Capital Partners
- Keng Lim, chairman and CEO, NextLabs
- John Taschek, vice president, strategy, Salesforce.com
- Mark Sugarman, managing partner, MHS Capital
For a look at the DEMO Spring 2010 Conference agenda, click here.
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