Last Thursday, Plug and Play Tech Center held its third international investment forum. With 47 companies from 11 countries pitching for funding to 30 venture capital groups, Plug and Play is excited to announce the event was a smashing success.
Keynotes by Kamran Elahian of Global Catalyst Partners and Dickson Chu of Paypal added to the charged and entrepreneurial atmosphere, as the senior management of 47 tech start-ups prepaired to give it their all in three minute, rapid-fire, Silicon Valley style pitches.
If you are an investor looking for strong international deal flow, an entrepreneur seeking funds for your next high tech business, or a Silicon Valley executive wanting to see entrepreneurship at the ground level, consider attending our next intnernational investment forum on the 29th of April, 2010.
More about Plug and Play:
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Plug and Play Tech Center is a community of over 236 technology startup companies in Web 2.0, software (SaaS), systems architecture, semiconductor and telecomm verticals. Since its inception in January 2006 the center has helped startups raise in excess of $500 million in venture funding. Start-up companies that have worked with Plug and Play have created a cumulative value of $2B.
Entrepreneur-centered, with strong relationships with the most influential venture capital firms of Silicon Valley and top Ivy League universities, Plug and Play Tech Center has become the ultimate place to launch and grow promising new technologies.
 As of May 31st, 2009