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Our guest for this Startup Roundtable series is Howard Morgan, co-founder and Partner at First Round Capital. We will be having a fireside chat with Howard. We will be discussing the New York startup trend, how his firm invests in startups, and accept questions live from our audience. To learn more about Howard, please read below. Pizza and drinks will be served.
Howard Morgan (Source)
Dr. Howard Morgan is co-founder and Partner at First Round Capital, a seed stage venture capital investment firm specializing in information technologies. He began working with Idealab in 1996 and serves on their board. He has more than 30 years of experience with more than two hundred high-tech entrepreneurial ventures. He serves on the boards of 33Across, Axial Markets, Fab.com, Intelligize, Waywire and a number of other private companies. Howard was Professor of Decision Sciences at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Professor of Computer Science at the Moore School for almost 15 years. He a Trustee of Cold Spring Harbor Labs and Math For America and is a respected author. He received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 1997. Howard received his Ph.D. in operations research from Cornell University in 1968 and his B.S. from the City University of New York in 1965.
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