Revolution Chairman & CEO Steve Case to Headline Winter 2016 CONNECTpreneur Forum

Revolution Chairman & CEO Steve Case to Headline Winter 2016 CONNECTpreneur Forum - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Steve Case

Steve Case, chairman and CEO of investment company Revolution, will conduct a fireside chat session with entrepreneurs, business leaders and venture capitalists at the Big Idea CONNECTpreneur winter forum on Dec. 14 at the Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park in Virginia.

Case is a co-founder of America Online and he currently serves as chairman at Startup America Partnership and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure.

Forum organizers expect 400 attendees including CEOs, founders, angel investors and venture capitalists.

The event will also include networking sessions, a showcase of emerging technology companies and a panel discussion with “serial entrepreneurs.”

Panelists include:

  • Jeff Cherry, founder and executive director of Conscious Venture Lab
  • Ric Fleischer, chief operating officer of UpsideDoor
  • Daniel Neal, CEO and founder of Kajeet
  • Liz Sara, CEO of Best Marketing

Interested participants can use the ‘EXECBIZ‘ code for a 40 percent discount.

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