On Monday, November 1, 2010, I will be moderating a panel on Top Legal Mistakes Startups Make.
Thanks to Mario Tapia and the rest of the Mobile Monday team in the Silicon Valley for putting this together.
Eric Chan – Mobileslate
Roger Royse, Attorney at Law, Royse Law
Yokum Taku, Attorney at Law, Wilson Sosini Goodrich & Rosati
Pietari Grohn, Co-Founder and General Counsel, Vivio
Date: November 1st, 2010
Time: 6:30pm Registration Opens | 7:10pm Panel Begins
Cost: Free, but is required to attend
Location: Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus Conference Center – 1065 La Avenida, Bldg. 1, Mountain View, CA
Today I am formally announcing that I have added a new title: Angel Investor. I am investing in what I know best: mobile and wireless ideas. Just as software ideas have gotten significantly less expensive to start and grow, I am also noticing the same trend in mobility. The tools, components, networks and devices have reached ubiquity and there still remains a lot of innovation only investment can advance. Here are some observations that guide my thinking:
Based on this and more, it is clear to me that mobile is still evolving and the best is yet to come. I am committed to investment in mobile and wireless in the following areas: access, enterprise, entertainment, messaging, and payment.
As I start this new chapter with Mobileslate, I will continue to provide Business Advisory Services in mobile and wireless that encompass strategy and product roadmaps.
More information about what I am looking for can be found here.
I look forward to hearing about your ideas. (ideas AT mobileslate.com)
Well, after the double-shot of Carnival of Mobilists #239 where I wrote up two weeks of posts, I am hosting back to back with #240. Before we start the posts, Peggy asked me to make a special mention that this week, Carnival of Mobilists celebrates its Fifth Anniversary. Great that over the years, this list has continued on. Continue Reading →
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