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So you want to start up an EDA company?
February 5th, 2010 by Ed Lee
Contrary to what we read last year, EDA is not dying…
In fact, there are areas of high growth and lucrative start up opportunities in the decade ahead.
Who says so? EDA and IP investor Jim Hogan and start up CEO Paul McLellan.
Take a look at this upcoming interactive workshop to be given by Jim and Paul at DVCon.
To register contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. (see details below) — Liz
So you want to start up an EDA company? Here’s how…
An interactive workshop with angel investor Jim Hogan and start up executive Paul McLellan
Dire predictions about the death, stagnation or maturation of EDA are premature, says noted angel investor Jim Hogan, a major shaper and influencer of the EDA industry. He and cohort Paul McLellan actually see lucrative opportunities in EDA. Startup founders just need to see end-product design trends and find problems to solve that’ll appear in the next 18-24 months.
Come to this workshop and hear how to get a startup going in EDA. Get Jim and Paul’s take on what areas in EDA and IP are potentially successful – and those areas that won’t yield a reasonable return on your efforts.
Talk to Jim and Paul about the process of starting up an EDA company – what the angel investment process is, what to expect, how to figure out your exit strategy.
February 23, 2010
6:30 – 7:30 pm
@ DVCon (DVCon registration not required)
2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, CA 95110
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