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Financial Executives International, Silicon Valley Chapter (FEISV) is the leading organization in Silicon Valley where finance professionals build lasting relationships, develop their professional and personal skills, and advocate for one another and for the profession.

Upcoming Events

May 11

Rising Stars – With Stuart McFaul

Tuesday, May 11 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Partners Chapter Board Members Rising Stars

Based on over 20 years of executive experience in Silicon Valley, Stuart will focus on the basic principles of building a personal brand. We’ll address – Building a career focused on what YOU want by focusing on your purpose. – The importance of empathetic connection. – The ten secret “powers” to bring your personal brand

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May 13

David Hornik’s Joyful VC Journey

Thursday, May 13 @ 11:45 am - 1:15 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests

Please join us in our fireside conversation with David as we discuss his successful career, his thoughts about what’s changing in the VC, and his other endeavors.   David Hornik General Partner Lobby Capital David is a founding partner at Lobby Capital. For the last 25 years he has worked closely with technology entrepreneurs to

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May 20

Wine Tasting with the Family Coppola

Thursday, May 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners

Are you a fan of Alexander Valley or Russian River Valley reserve wines? Are you a fan of The Godfather trilogy or Apocalypse Now or American Graffiti? Not a fan of movies or wine but just love a great deal, then this is an FEISV event not to be missed! You will enjoy a personalized

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May 25

YOUR SECRET SAUCE IS SPILLING! How Start-ups to Blue-Chippers Unlock Their Unknown Value

Tuesday, May 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners

Creating value from innovation requires first identifying the innovation that creates the value. No company does the exact same thing as its competitor the exact same way. If it did, there would be no reason for it to exist. But, how many companies can actually put their finger on what that difference is? And, even

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