[cross-post from the VCIR Winter blog]
There’s a nice article up on Rocky Radar that highlights VCIR Winter. One of my favorite excerpts is below.
Venture Capital in the Rockies was designed by the organizers to cater to a diverse audience. For CEOs, there is plentiful networking time and a chance to experience novel technologies. For venture capitalists there is an occasion to catch up with colleagues and “see some opportunities not on the radar screen of Sand Hill Road.” And for the entrepreneurs there are the eyeballs of over a hundred investors in attendance, as well as the chance to mingle with other companies and service providers.
But let’s not forget the snow. The Colorado mountains are having one of the best seasons on record, with Beaver Creek over 5 feet ahead of its year-to-date average snowfall. With a Thursday schedule that allows for a full day of skiing, Venture Capital in the Rockies could be enriching for body, soul, and bottom line.
You can check out the full article here.