Startup Trek covers the 2009 AlwaysOn Venture Capital Summit at Stanford with Tony Perkins

AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford 2009Startup Trek will be at the Stanford Alumni Center next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for our second annual coverage of Tony Perkins’ Always On Venture Capital “Summit at Stanford” with Tony Perkins.  The conference features many promising tech startups, along with panel sessions and debates about key trends impacting venture capital funded startups, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurs across the tech spectrum.

We are live-blogging, summarizing, and providing video highlights from the majority of the conference sessions; conduct video interviews with presenting CEO’s; and post session summaries to this blog throughout the event.

A summary of our posts from the conference is provided here.

<h2>Next week’s Conference Agenda from AlwaysOn is provided below</h2>


Summit at Stanford 2009 Program:
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
4:45pm Ballroom 1 Opening Remarks Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, AlwaysOn Tina Seelig, Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Co-Host Arden Pennell, Program Director, AlwaysOn
5:05pm Ballroom 1 The AlwaysOn Global 250 of 2008: Where They Are Now Tim Miller, VP, 451 Group
5:25pm Ballroom 1 Introducing the Top Private Companies: The AlwaysOn Global 250 of 2009 Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, AlwaysOn Packy Kelly, Partner, KPMG Konrad Feldman, CEO, Quantcast
5:45pm Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat: Lessons from the Coach’s Playbook Moderator: Michael Moe, co-founder & CEO, NeXtAdvisors Bill Campbell, Chairman, Intuit & Executive Advisor
6:15pm Ballroom 1 Who will be the Bill Gates of Greentech? The PC industry was driven by visionaries such as Bill Gates & Steve Jobs –who will drive Greentech? These CEOs from the AO Global 250 have already demonstrated extraordinary leadership. Co-Moderators: Satjiv Chahil, SVP, Marketing, Personal Systems Group, Hewlett-Packard Company, and Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn Kevin Surace, CEO, Serious Materials Andrew Perlman, CEO, GreatPoint Energy
7:00pm – Reception in the Ford Gardens–
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
8:00am Ballroom 1 Keynote: The Secondary-Market Solution Barry Silbert, Founder & CEO, SecondMarket David Weild, Founder, Capital Markets Advisory Partners
8:15am Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat: Secondary Markets & Addressing the Private-Company Liquidity Crisis Moderator: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, AlwaysOn Barry Silbert, Founder & CEO, SecondMarket Greg Brogger, Founder & CEO, SharesPost Mona DeFrawi, Founder & CEO, InsideVenture David Weild, Founder, Capital Markets Advisory Partners
8:45am Ballroom 1 Keynote: Online Video – Snapshot of a Speeding Train Bill Gurley, General Partner, Benchmark Capital
9:00am Ballroom 1 OnDemand Video Has Arrived; Who Profits? Moderator: Bill Gurley, General Partner, Benchmark Capital Adam Cahan, CEO, Auditude Mike Glickenhaus, CEO, VMIX Shishir Mehrotra, Dir. Product Mgmt, YouTube Monetization, Google Kathy Fields, Partner, Goodwin Procter
9:00am Ballroom 2 CEO Showcase Session– Greentech Rick Holman, CEO, Industrial Origami David Albers, CEO, BioEnergy Solutions Seth Riney, CEO, PlanetTran This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Dan Baldi, Relationship Manager, Silicon Valley Bank Ed Lambert, SVP, Bridge Bank
9:45am Ballroom 1 Keynote: The Global Mobile Race- When Will the US Catch Up? How Can Investors Cash In? Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm
10:00am Ballroom 1 Who’s Making Money in Mobile? With increasing device sophistication, big $$ have been predicted for years. Which business models are working? Which innovations will lead to returns? Moderator: Mark Newhall, Co-founder, IdealWave Solutions & INmobile.org Bart Decrem, CEO, Tapulous Simon Khalaf, CEO, Flurry Matt Murphy, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Dorrian Porter, CEO, Mozes Purnima Kochikar, VP, Nokia Community & Developer Forum, Nokia
10:00am Ballroom 2 CEO Showcase Session – SaaS and Enterprise Bob Moul, CEO, Boomi Lewis Cirne, CEO, New Relic Robert Medrano, EVP, SOA Software Steven Gottfried, CEO, ServiceChannel Janine Yancey, CEO, emTRAiN Phil Fernandez, CEO, Marketo Eric Pulaski, CEO, SmartVault Doron Reuveni, CEO, uTest This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Ted Smith, Partner, Union Square Advisors
10:45am Break
10:55am Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat on Innovation Moderator: Tina Seelig, Executive Dir., Stanford Technology Ventures Program Mitchell Baker, Chairwoman, Mozilla Foundation Chris Beard, Chief Innovation Officer, Mozilla Foundation
11:00am Ballroom 2 CEO Showcase Session – Cloud and Infrastructure Vikram Mehta, CEO, BLADE Network Technologies Pierre Joubert, CEO, BruteSoft Jeff Treuhaft, CEO, Zetta Kevin Howard, CEO, I.C.G. Michael Loftus, CEO, 800PBX This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Scott Johnston, EIR, Alloy Ventures
11:15am Ballroom 1 The Growing Pains on Innovation Innovation drives the success of many startups –but can it scale? How do companies grow while keeping their innovative edge? Moderator: Elizabeth Tinkham, Global Lead, Management Consulting and   Integrated Markets Communications & High Tech Industry Group, Accenture Polly Sumner, President & Chief Adoption Officer, Salesforce.com Marissa Mayer, VP, Search Product & User Experience, Google Rashmi Sinha, CEO, SlideShare Jasmine Kim, COO, ImageSpan
12:00pm Lunch  Lunch will be served from noon to 1:30p.m.
12:45pm Ballroom 1 The Rainmakers in Cloud Computing Will tech giants or startups leverage “the cloud” best? As big firms ramp up offerings and startups offer mgmt & delivery solutions, who’s creating the most value for investors? Moderator: Rafe Needleman, Editor, CNET Ken Comee, CEO, Cast Iron Systems Monica Lam, Co-founder & Chief Scientist, MokaFive Juan Carlos Soto, VP, Sun Microsystems Chip Hazard, General Partner, Flybridge Capital Partners Michael Stein, CEO, Darkstrand Michael Peachey, Chief Architect & Dir. Engineering-Cloud Computing, TIBCO
12:45pm Ballroom 2 CEO Showcase Session – Digital Media & Enabling Tools Paul Schaut, CEO, Modiv Media Kirsten Mangers, CEO, WebVisible Diaz Nesamoney, CEO, Jivox Erica Rogers, EVP, Nanosys Dan Connors, CEO, Telltale Games Alan Masarek, CEO, Quickoffice Enrico Beltramini, CEO, Italian World Channel This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Albert Martinez, Senior Relationship Manager, Silicon Valley Bank Michael Yang, Venture Partner, Comcast Interactive Capital
1:30pm Ballroom 1 Where’s the short-term green in green? Which investments avoid long-term reliance on technology and marketplace evolution to be capital-efficient now? Moderator: Awais Khan, Director, Venture Capital Practice, KPMG Jennifer Fonstad, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson Anup Jacob, Partner, Virgin Green Fund Michael Polentz, Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips Steve Vassallo, Venture Partner, Foundation Capital
2:15pm Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat: Sparking an Innovation Movement Al Delattre, Managing Director, Accenture Gary Shapiro, CEO, Consumer Electronics Association
2:35pm Ballroom 1 CEO Showcase session Craig Chambers, CEO, Cernium Corporation Ravi Subramaniam, CEO, Berkeley Design Automation Todd Young, President & CEO, ProspX Christopher M. Boone, CEO, Visuvi Ron Neumann, Chairman, Dejero Labs Dave Kroetsch, President, Aeryon Labs Michael J. McNabb, CEO, Voyages North America, Inc. Nic Perkin, Co-founder & President, The Receivables Exchange John Kish, CEO, Pano Logic This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Ed Lambert, SVP, Bridge Bank
3:45pm Ballroom 1 SaaS Goes Open Source Moderator: Matt Asay, VP Business Development, Alfresco & Blogger, CNET Ron Yekutiel, CEO, Kaltura Satish Dharmaraj, Partner, Redpoint Ventures, Founder & Former CEO, Zimbra Tom Erickson, CEO, Acquia Kim Polese, CEO, SpikeSource Stephen Gillespie, Partner, Intellectual Property Group, Fenwick & West
3:45pm Ballroom 2 CEO Showcase Session – Consumer Internet Lauri Koutaniemi, CEO, Snap Group Fran Maier, CEO, TRUSTe Hideki Kobayashi, CEO, GazoPa Marion Freijsen, Founder & CTO, E.Factor Jeany Stein, CEO, Select2gether Brian Totty, CEO, Diddit Tom Patterson, CEO, Wize This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Shai Goldman, Director, Entreprenuer Services Group, Silicon Valley Bank Mike Buckley, Managing Director, Intel Capital
4:30pm Ballroom 1 New-Millennial VCs Take Charge Venture capitalists who understand social media consumption and the millennial generation talk about top opportunities going forward Moderator: Packy Kelly, Partner, KPMG Josh Hannah, General Partner, Matrix Partners Jeremy Liew, Managing Director, Lightspeed Venture Partners James Slavet, Partner, Greylock Partners Tim Chang, Principal, Norwest Venture Partners
5:15pm Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat: The Reporter’s Demise Has Been Greatly Exaggerated What business model will save news media? Moderator: Jason Pontin, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Technology Review David Smith, Founder & CEO, Mediasmith Tristan Harris, CEO, Apture
5:45pm Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat: Innovation in High-Tech Tony Perkins, CEO, AlwaysOn Vivek Ranadive, CEO, TIBCO
6:05pm Ballroom 1 Keynote: Who’s Got Your Back Right Now? Keith Ferrazzi, CEO, Ferrazzi Greenlight & Best-selling Author, “Who’s Got Your Back” & “Never Eat Alone”
6:20pm–6:40pm Ballroom 1 Success in the Tech World: A Handshake Still Beats a Blackberry A Networking Session for Attendees, Hosted by Stanford Technology Ventures Program Host: Tina Seelig, Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program
7:00pm Ballroom 1 – Reception in Dohrmann Grove –  The reception will begin after the networking session concludes.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
8:00am Ballroom 1 Fireside Chat Gordon Davidson, Chairman, Fenwick & West Vinod Khosla, Managing General Partner, Khosla Ventures
8:30am Ballroom 1 VC Survey results & VC Video Steve Morgan, Partner, KPMG
8:55am Ballroom 1 Angel Investing Success Stories Companies & strategies that work –and how to pitch (and find) the right Angel Moderator: Sam Angus, Partner, Fenwick & West Ron Conway, Founder, Angel Investors LP Rob Hayes, Partner, First Round Capital Joyce Chung, Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures Aydin Senkut, Founder & President, Felicis Ventures
9:40am Ballroom 1 CEO Showcase Session Jeffrey Nortman, COO, PreVisite Kamal Hassan, CEO, Skymeter Ben Hayman, CEO, Magic Studio Network Martin Horne, CEO, IPeak Networks Hussein Fazal, President & CEO, AdParlor Nick Koudas, CEO & Co-founder, Sysomos Enrico Beltramini, CEO, Italian World Channel Michael Stein, CEO, Darkstrand Jamie Brenzel, CEO, Data Deposit Box Lorenzo Carver, CEO, Liquid Scenarios Mike Glickenhaus, CEO, VMIX Joe Ward, CEO, Groovy Corporation AO Exclusive: Groovy Corporation Announcement This session will be emcee’d by AO Contributing Editor Ezra Roizen.The following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Ed Lambert, SVP, Bridge Bank
11:15am Ballroom 1 The NYSE, Technology & Liquidity Larry Leibowitz, Group EVP, Head of US Markets & Global Technology, NYSE
11:25am Ballroom 1 Liquidity in the Innovation Economy in 2009 and Beyond Are IPOs set for an uptick? What role will M & A play? What will Tech Investment Banks Look Like Post-Meltdown? Moderator: Hale Boggs, Partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips Jason Hutchinson, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey David Lavallee, Managing Director & Co-founder, Revolution Partners Ethan Topper, CEO, Union Square Advisors Bob McCooey, SVP, NASDAQ OMX Paul Kwan, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
11:25am Ballroom 2 CEO Showcase – Wireless Michael Powers, CEO, Mpowerplayer Giuseppe Staffaroni, President & CEO, Promptu Vishal Gurbuxani, Co-founder, Mobclix Alex Quilici, CEO, YouMail Jeff Hilbert, President & COO, WiSpry Jorge Gonzalez, CEO, LynxSolutions During this session the following industry experts will comment, and thereafter CEOs will be available for 30-minutes of Q&A and demos in the lobby. Nagraj Kashyap, VP Ventures, Qualcomm
12:10pm Ballroom 1 VC in DC How can govt. policy help the private-company ecosystem? Can VCs & entrepreneurs tap into Obama’s stimulus $$ and help create jobs? Moderator: Elise Zoli, Partner, Goodwin Procter Nancy Pfund, Managing Partner, DBL Investors Joe Kennedy, CEO, Pandora Jon Sakoda, Partner, NEA Betsy Mullins, VP, Govt & Political Affairs, TechNet
12:55pm Lunch
1:35pm Ballroom 1 Is the Internet optimizing Madison Avenue out of business — or enabling a revolution? As online advertising continues to ramp up, who will grab consumer eyeballs going forward and how will the behavior of media buyers evolve? Moderator: Rich LeFurgy, Founding Chairman, IAB & General Partner, Archer Konrad Feldman, CEO, Quantcast Frank Addante, CEO, the Rubicon Project Josh James, Co-founder & CEO, Omniture Jon Raj, Chief Digital Officer, OMD
2:20pm Ballroom 1 Silicon Valley in the New Millennium Chief Geeks & VCs of the Old Guard lay out the New Software & Computing Agenda Moderator: Craig Menden, Partner, Sonnenschein Tom Malloy, Chief Software Architect, Adobe Norm Fogelsong, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners Dan Scheinman, SVP, GM Media Solutions Group, Cisco Fred Wang, General Partner, Trinity Ventures
3:05pm Ballroom 1 Is education finally a high-growth opportunity for entrepreneurs? How can high-tech enhance .edu? Is the innovation ecosystem ripe for edtech profits? Moderator: Michael Moe, co-founder & CEO, NeXtAdvisors Mark Atkinson, CEO, Teachscape Ntiedo Etuk, CEO, Tabula Digita Bruce Kingma, Associate Provost for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Syracuse University James Shelton, Advisor to US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan & Former Program Director, Gates Foundation
3:50pm Ballroom 1 Beyond Facebook & Twitter: The Social-Media Future As social-media functions spread beyond dedicated platforms, what will be the greater impact on business & Web use? Moderator: Bambi Francisco, Founder & CEO, Vator.tv Gerry Campbell, CEO, Collecta Shervin Pishevar, CEO, Social Gaming Network Max Ventilla, Co-founder & CEO, Aardvark Clara Shih, CEO, Hearsay Labs; Creator of Faceconnector; Author, “The Facebook Era”
4:35pm Ballroom 1 Closing Remarks

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