For those in fabless semiconductor or IP startup mode (or even thinking about how to start up and get funding), take a look at Paul McLellan’s report on a couple of panel sessions at the annual GSA Entrepreneurship Conference, held last Thursday, July 18 at the Computer History Museum.
Of note is that the first session’s panelists brought a variety of funding models to the table – from a traditional VC to Intel Capital to a brand new incubator on the scene – SKTA Innopartners. In fact, any of you fabless guys really should talk to Angel Orrantia at SKTA. They are focused on fabless semiconductors and enterprise software.
Below is an excerpt from Paul’s write-up:
GSA Entrepreneurship: Getting Money In and Out
Published on 07-18-2013 11:32 PM
This afternoon and evening I was at GSA’s entrepreneurship conference at the Computer History Museum. The first two panel sessions were essentially on getting money into companies to get them started (or growing them), and getting money out when you have built the business.