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Startups: What’s Hot, What’s Not | South Bay Satellite, March 12
Le Quy Restaurant
1461 W Campbell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008
Monday, March 12, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
Category: South Bay Satellite

Startups: What’s Hot, What’s Not  | South Bay Satellite, March 12

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Startups play an important role in the Silicon Valley economy. Startup expert Sean Murphy weighs in on technology startups to give us his verdict on which technologies will have a major impact and which ones are stagnating. He will summarize startup trends and explore how they connect to the Silicon Valley ecosystem including consultants and other professionals who are impacted by growth in Silicon Valley.

Our Speaker

Sean MurphySean Murphy has taken an entrepreneurial approach to life since he could drive. His firm, SKMurphy, Inc., helps early stage startups and consultants market and sell their products and services. His clients have offerings in electronic design, artificial intelligence, web-enabled collaboration, proteomics, text analytics, legal services automation, and medical services workflow. Prior to founding SKMurphy,Inc. in 2003, Mr. Murphy has worked in a variety of roles for more than two decades: software engineer, engineering manager, project manager, business development, product marketing, and customer support. Companies he has worked directly for include Cisco Systems, 3Com, AMD, MMC Networks, and VLSI Technology. He has a BS in Mathematical Sciences and an MS in Engineering-Economic Systems from Stanford.

Cost

  • Premium and Leaders Network members: $27 through Friday, March 9; $32 after that and at the door
  • Basic Members: $35 through Friday, March 9; $42 after that and at the door
  • Non-members: $37 through Friday, March 9; $42 after that and at the door

Price includes meeting, buffet lunch and beverage. We are unable to accommodate special dietary requirements, however, a variety of options are offered.

About the Women In Consulting South Bay Satellite

The South Bay Satellite group offers a small group format (15-25 people) which allows for making more one-on-one connections, “…big enough to network, small enough to get to know people!”