Startup Success: Navigating and Growing Venture-Backed Companies | CEO Perspectives

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February 25, 2019 4 PM - 6:30 PM EST

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Engage with and learn from executives running successful venture-backed firms.
 
Registration to this event is limited to members of ACG National Capital, Founders and CXOs. 
 
4:00 pm   Registration
4:30 pm   Program
5:30 pm   Networking reception
6:30 pm   Event ends
 
Randy Altschuler – Founder and CEO, Xometry:  Xometry is an on-demand manufacturing platform.  Prior to co-founding Xometry, Randy co-founded and was Executive Chairman of CloudBlue, a leading provider of recycling services for electronic equipment. CloudBlue was acquired by Ingram Micro in September of 2013. Before CloudBlue, Randy was
the co-founder and chief executive officer of OfficeTiger, a global BPO company. OfficeTiger was acquired by RR Donnelley in April of 2006. Randy graduated from Princeton University and received an MBA from the Harvard
Business School.
 
Rick Rudman – CEO, Curbio:  Curbio’s “renovate first, pay when you sell” business model and innovative technology platform helps listing agents and home sellers get their home looking move-in ready in order to sell quickly and increase net proceeds. Prior to Curbio, Rick was founder and CEO of Vocus.  He took Vocus public and subsequently sold it to GTCR.
 
Parag Sheth - Parag is a Director and the Chief Marketing Officer of the Maryland Venture Fund, where he focuses on investment opportunities across sectors and stages. Parag brings successful operating experience at venture-backed and multinational companies as well as a passion for entrepreneurship to his role. He is a consummate sales and marketing leader who has built new markets for several venture-backed and multinational companies over the last 20 years. He has built a number of multi-million dollar businesses from scratch and has rapidly grown existing businesses across the globe. Parag understands the challenges entrepreneurs face, having run his own software company that he bootstrapped through consulting and built into a successful business.  Parag holds a bachelors in electrical engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo and an MBA from the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business.

 
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