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Sunday, March 10 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Funded in Austin

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Funded in Austin features Founder/CEO’s of three startups who have pursued and secured investment in their entrepreneurial ventures – one from crowdfunding, one from angel funding, and one from venture capital – totaling about $110 million in funding. Together, we'll explore their in-the-trenches startup fundraising experiences. We'll share an in-depth and broad conversation around these three types of funding and the challenges and benefits of each from the Founder/CEO’s unique point of view.
Funded in Austin is part of the SXSW Interactive Startup Village programming and the Startup Austin track, which highlights the robust startup, entrepreneur, and investor community that exists in Austin. Startup Austin allows current and future entrepreneurs to network with and learn from Austin's technology trailblazers and startups.
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Speakers
avatar for Matt Cohen

Matt Cohen

Founder & PresidentOneSpotMatt is Founder and President of OneSpot, which enables businesses to intelligently deliver digital content as ads that people actually want to click on. Previously, he was a Partner at G-51 Capital, an Austin-based early-stage venture capital firm.
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Claire England

Exec DirRISE GlobalClaire England is Executive Director of RISE Global. RISE – a Relationship & Information Series for Entrepreneurs – is Austin's free conference series for entrepreneurs, a nonprofit program in its seventh year. RISE empowers Austin's startup community by lowering... Read More →
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Barry Evans

Founder & CEOCalxeda IncBarry Evans founded Calxeda in 2008 to fundamentally remake hyperscale computing infrastructure with cell phone technologies and compete directly with the most formidable companies in hi-tech. He led the company to raise $48M in one of the single most significant... Read More →
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Justin Jensen

Founder & CEOCineticsJustin Jensen founded Cinetics in 2011 with the goal of making making captivating camera movement available to anyone. As a filmmaker and student in the MIT Media Lab, Justin developed Cinetics' first modular product, CineSkates, and turned to the crowdfunding... Read More →


Sunday March 10, 2013 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Hilton Austin Downtown, Austin Chamber Offices 500 E 4th St

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