Networking & Events

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Past Events

KPCB at SXSW Interactive 2015

KPCB at SXSW Interactive 2015

Don't miss KPCB Partners "Beth Seidenberg":http://www.kpcb.com/partner/beth-seidenberg, "John Maeda":http://www.kpcb.com/partner/john-maeda, "Mood Rowghani":http://www.kpcb.com/partner/mood-rowghani, and "Lynne Chou":http://www.kpcb.com/partner/lynne-chou speak at SXSW Interactive, Marc…

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Physical Design Meets Digital

Physical Design Meets Digital

KPCB Design Partner "John Maeda":http://www.kpcb.com/partner/john-maeda hosted a conversation on design, technology and leadership with four visionary leaders in the design industry at Ammunition’s offices in San Francisco. Carl Bass, CEO of Autodesk, Erin McKean, Founder of Reverb/Word…

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How to Mix Engineering and Management at a Fast-Growing Company

How to Mix Engineering and Management at a Fast-Growing Company

When aspiring entrepreneurs envision their future companies, they tend to think about the products they will build. Not too much time is spent thinking about the fact that if the company grows, they will have to introduce a management layer into the organization. These changes introduce…

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The Reinvention of Entertainment in the Age of New Media

The Reinvention of Entertainment in the Age of New Media

In a panel discussion at a recent KPCB event in Los Angeles, Albert Cheng, EVP and CPO of Digital Media at Disney, Neil Young, CEO and Founder at N3TWORK, and Sam Rogoway, CEO and Founder at Victorious, talk about what’s in store for the entertainment industry in the future. Will second…

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Five Things to Know About Retention Hacking

Five Things to Know About Retention Hacking

In the consumer Internet business, we hear lots of talk about retention hacking – the tricks you can use to keep your customers around. But I’ve often wondered whether this type of artificial virality is the right goal for startups to pursue. It reminds me of the pick-up artist who flir…

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