February 19, 2014 @ 6:00PM EST
What skills are in demand in Silicon Alley businesses? Engineering degree or coding skills? Who is getting equity and how much? When is equity better than cash and how to get equity?
Chat informally about these and other topics with Jerry Marcus, Board Advisor to several firms including IDRS (security software firm), WorkMarket (enterprise labor software platform) and Co-founder of 1099 Partners which links senior executives to help companies grow revenue, raise capital, and enter new markets. Earlier Jerry was a Director/Officer of Metromedia Fiber Network, Vice President of one of the first Internet companies IConCMT which went public in 1998 and an executive with Sun Microsystems.
West Third Common, a bar in the NYU area, serves $4 draft beers and $5 wine, cosmos, martinis and well drinks till 8 pm.
Kindly RSVP as space is limited.