The title of Brooks program is Venture Capital & Robotics: Bridging the Gap and Building Great Companies. Only 300 seats are available. Discounted early-bird registration for The RoboBusiness Leadership Summit is available through Sept. 9th.
Brooks' program will examine the three main categories of companies within the robotics space: diversified large corporations that field robotics products, mid-size specialty robotics companies, and small venture-backed start-ups. The latter group, startups, in particular faces unique challenges and opportunities. Brooks' program will look into what robotics startups must do to appeal to VC firms, and what VC firms need to do to educate themselves about the robotics space.
The Leadership Summit's Business Development & Investment Track, of which Brooks' presentation is a part, is designed for management-level attendees who want to learn about business development and investment opportunities that exist in the global marketplace, along with proven sales, marketing, production and partnering strategies.
Brooks will be joined by other industry luminaries who will present programs at the event's Business & Investment Track, including: Steve Ohler, senior vice president - US Office, Jetta Company Limited; Charles Grinnell, CEO, Harvest Automation; Mick Mountz, CEO and founder, Kiva Systems; Linda Thayer, attorney, IP specialist at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP.
Other valuable business development & investment sessions include:
Complete event information and registration savings can be found at www.robobusiness.com.
About the RoboBusiness Leadership Summit
RoboBusiness Leadership Summit is a one-of-a-kind executive-level conference, created to accelerate the commercial development of new intelligent mobile robotics products and services, new robotics businesses and wholly owned robotics markets. Complete with a Business Development and Investment Track and an Advanced Capabilities and Emerging Technologies Track, conference attendees will gain the insight, advice and practical tactics they need to successfully navigate the emerging robotics marketplace.
About Robotics Trends
Robotics Trends, a division of EH Publishing Inc, is the world's first integrated media company serving the burgeoning personal, service, mobile and industrial robotics marketplace. Robotics Trends serves its audience through two major business divisions:
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