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Location: Microsoft, Waltham
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Description: ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED; HOWEVER, YOU CAN STILL REGISTER AT THE DOOR.
How CEOs can Make the Most of their Boards: Strategies for Achieving Success

Tuesday, May 18, 8:30-11:00 AM
Microsoft Conference Center
201 Jones Road, Sixth Floor, Waltham
For directions, please visit www.microsoft.com
Registration begins at 8:15 AM.

This program is sponsored by Nutter, McClennen & Fish LLP

Learn new strategies and techniques to shape your board of directors into a powerful instrument for success at this highly interactive panel discussion! Every CEO strives to develop a Board of Directors that will be a strategic asset to the company, but putting together a board of the right leaders is not always an easy task. Furthermore, building the working relationships that can enhance a Board's effectiveness can be challenging and time consuming.

At this session, you will:

  • Hear personal anecdotes from experienced technology CEOs who have met the challenges head on.
  • Learn how to foster board relationships from both the CEO and VC viewpoints.
  • Acquire the knowledge to help you design the right board to drive success.

Who Should Attend?
Founders, CEOs, and members of the management team of privately-held technology companies, or anyone who works with technology company boards.

Panelists include:
Alex Glovsky, Partner, Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP (panel moderator)
Dave Andonian, Chairman & CEO, Affinnova
Stephen Killeen, President & CEO, WorldWinner
Paul Schaut, EVP, Workscape
Jeffrey Andrews, Partner, Atlas Venture
David Flaschen, Managing Director, Flagship Ventures

Register now!

The charge for this program is $60 for Members and $100 for Non-Members who pre-register; $70 for Members and $110 for Non-Members who register at-the-door.

Cost: Members
$60.00
Non-members
$100.00
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