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July 2019

New Member Meetup

Tuesday, July 16 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
New Member Meetup Special
Who should attend: Chapter Members Non-Members
Free

Come join your fellow new members to learn more about getting the most from your membership, while mingling with your fellow new members. Bring a friend who you think would enjoy our activities and benefit from our programs, and who is eligible to join FEI.

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BBQ Dinner July 25th

Thursday, July 25 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dinner
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners
Free – $110

FEI Silicon Valley and Silicon Valley Bank's Annual Summer BBQ

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July Financial Officers Forum (FOF) Affinity Group

Wednesday, July 31 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Affinity Financial Officers Forum (FOF)
Who should attend: Anyone
$10 – $20

FOF focuses on issues faced by senior finance professionals (e.g. CFOs, Controllers, VP Finance) who currently provide consulting services to companies. Attendees develop topics for discussion primarily reflecting current client situations and share best practices, personal experiences and their connections, all entirely on a confidential basis – similar to a Vistage format. This Affinity Group should be of interest to all CFOs, Controllers and their advisers, regardless of industry sector. Also you may be interested in what consulting CFOs are…

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September 2019

The Under Appreciated Nexus Between Growth Capital and Storytelling… An Investor’s Perspective

Tuesday, September 10 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dinner Evening Program
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests
Free – $110

Whether your company is public or private, family-owned or non-profit, growth capital is likely in your future. Finance executives have been trained to believe that equity or debt financing comes down to financial metrics — full stop. Regarding that long-held belief, former institutional investor, best-selling author, and acclaimed speaker Adam J. Epstein has the following question: “If equity and debt financings were just about dollars and cents, then how does that explain the fact that similarly performing companies are valued…

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Catching the Digital Wave! Leveraging Emerging Technologies to Disrupt the Finance & Accounting Function

Tuesday, September 24 @ 7:30 am - 9:30 am
Breakfast Professional Development
Who should attend: Anyone
Free

Digitization is transforming businesses throughout the world. There are four key drivers behind these efforts: improving customer engagement; digitizing products and exploring new business models; improving decision making; and driving operational efficiencies. Organizations need to decide whether they are going to be the disruptor and try to take a lead as a transformer, or whether they are going to play a waiting game, monitor the competitive landscape, and react as necessary to defend market share. There are a multitude of…

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October 2019

Enhancing Your Interpersonal Power and Organizational Influence

Tuesday, October 15 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dinner Evening Program
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests
Free – $110

Navigating organizational politics can be challenging, no matter your position in the organization. Informal, unofficial and behind the scenes efforts to sell ideas, influence key stakeholders and increase power take place at all levels of an organization. Research shows that individuals with political skills tend to manage stress and job demands more effectively than their politically naive counterparts, and have a greater impact on organizational outcomes.  This keynote presentation will provide you with frameworks and tools to navigate and influence…

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November 2019

Theranos – The Untold Story

Tuesday, November 19 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Dinner Evening Program
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests
Free – $110

The Theranos story has been highly mediatized. Less known is what happened in the last 2 years of the company’s life. A new Board and leadership team tried to turn around the company and give a second chance to its flagship product in a cash constrained race to secure FDA approval. Key themes will include litigations and settlements, use of intellectual property as a collateral for venture debt, how to rebuilt a finance function in a company that operated without…

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