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Don’t miss Peter Levine at @theExecEvent next week in Santa Clara

September 6, 2011

By Rose Ross, @Rose_at_O

Seriously after having seen Peter at theExecEvent last year in Boston and he is definitely worth listening to! Last June he was discussing in the context of his role at Citrix on VDI and the inportance of storage within that environment. Next week Peter will take the stage with his VC hat firmly on.

As the ExecEvent’s founder, Greg Duplessie states: “Peter Levine, ExecEvent alumni, major-league silicon valley tech player and now Venture Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, is our new event kickoff speaker (replacing Mike Feinberg of EMC).  Peter is a great speaker and is very insightful and knowledgable about the storage, cloud, virtualization and security spaces.  Peter  has (or will very soon) be leaving his part-time role at Citrix and is going back into the VC world full-time.  He tells me with his new role at Andreessen Horowitz (a top-tier VC firm) he is anxious to talk to our attendees and explore opportunities.” Crunchbase profile is a useful backgrounder on this VC firm: http://www.crunchbase.com/financial-organization/andreessen-horowitz

OK, so go and schnap yourself a place at the front of the auditorium. There will be plenty of other great discussions and contacts to be made next week. More info on the ExecEvent here: www.theexecevent.com. Just sad I can’t get over for this one. But my fingers are firmly crossed for the January Marketeers Summit.

PS The ExecEvent will also premier in London on October 19th. Very handy for those execs travelling to London for IP EXPO that day 🙂 Watch this space for more on that soon.

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