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Late Night with David Hornik at Splash SF

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Innovation series by Kristin Karaoglu
May 27, 2013 | Comments
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We're holding our Splash LA event this Thursday, May 30. As always, we'll have a late-night panel.

For those who've attended our Splash SF event earlier this year, you know our late-night panel stars David Hornik in his own show "Late Night with David Hornik."

It's our comic relief highlight of Vator Splash SF.  Hornik’s panel included Stewart Alsop of Alsop Louie Partners, Raj Kapoor of Mayfield Fund, Ann Miura-Ko of Floodgate, and Jules Maltz of IVP.

Warning: This is not your typical VC panel.

We know. We know. We should have aired this a long time ago.



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Bio: Raj is an entrepreneur , Internet industry pioneer and blogger ( . He invests in the online advertising, e-commerce, c...
Bio: Jules Maltz joined Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) in August 2008 and has over ten years of venture capital and startup experience. ...
David Hornik
General Partner,
August Capital
Bio: For more than a decade, David has worked with technology startups throughout the software sector.  In 2000, David joined August Cap...
Bio: Stewart Alsop is a Partner of Alsop Louie Partners. He was a general partner with New Enterprise Associates and led that firm’s inv...

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