Mar 9 / David Gardner


If you’ve already registered for these lectures, no need to do so again. But if you haven’t, please join us tomorrow for ‘Pro-active Product Development for the Enterprise Market.’ Don’t miss out on information that will add so much value to your venture.

Also, I asked Josh how we could best express our appreciation for his willingness to share of his time and expertise. (another award? another press release? more pizza?) He suggested that interested parties contribute to the local women’s shelter. That’s a ‘win’ for everyone. Learn more at

Upcoming lectures in the Coates’ Venture Startup Lecture Series….
— Pro-active Product Development for the Enterprise Market (Mar. 10)
— Hiring the A-Team: Rocks and Clowns (Mar. 17)
— Practical Internet Marketing (Mar. 24)
— Personal Liquidity and Financial Exits (Mar. 31)

These no-cost lectures are hosted at the Novell Cafeteria (Bldg G.) from noon to 1:30. Sponsors include the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum, the Provo Technology Xelerator, the Technology Center at Novell, USTAR, and SiliconSlopes/Omniture.

About Josh Coates: Josh began his career doing research in parallel computing at UC Berkeley and went on to found two venture backed startups related to large scale data storage technology. His extensive experience ranges from high performance computing and data center operations to venture funding, financial modeling, marketing and mergers and acquisitions. Coates has been honored for his innovation by MIT and Ernst and Young and featured in Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. He currently volunteers as an adjunct instructor in the Computer Science department at BYU.

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