Web 2.0 Conference.
 Octover 5-7, 2004, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, CA.

Speaker

Danny Rimer
Danny Rimer joined Index Ventures in 2002 as the partner responsible for establishing the firm's London office and expanding the firm's presence in Northern Europe. His investment interests include enterprise infrastructure, applications, and services. He currently serves on the boards of Fon, Last.fm, Lovefilm, MySQL, Sourcelabs, Spotrunner, Stardoll, Viagogo, and Zend, and is an observer on Betfair.

Prior to joining Index, Rimer was a general partner of The Barksdale Group, where he invested in a dozen companies including CrossGain (now BEA), myCFO (now Bank of Montreal), Neoteris (now NetScreen/Juniper), Ofoto (now Kodak), and TellMe. Prior to joining The Barksdale Group, Rimer was managing director in Hambrecht & Quist's (now JP Morgan) Equity Research Group. At H&Q, Rimer was the underwriting analyst for companies including Amazon, CheckPoint, CNET, Netscape, and Verisign. He also sponsored direct investments in over 20 companies. He holds an A.B from Harvard College.

  Danny Rimer


Sponsors.
Business.com
Schematic
Google
Laszlo Systems
PayPal Developer Network
Overture Services, Inc.
Sparkpr
Yahoo!
Quova, Inc.
eBay Developers Program
Sxip Networks
AT&T - The world's networking  company
StreamCast Networks™
Rojo Networks Inc.



Media Sponsors.
Safari Books Online
9lessons
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
InfoWorld
Topix
O'Reilly Network
Wired for Web 2.0
TechWeekEurope UK
Six Revisions
Turbobytes
I Want Media
Business 2.0
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
CNET - Web 2.0


Sponsors

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