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Venture Atlanta October 2016 Newsletter

In this issue, Venture Atlanta 2016 conference chairman and general partner at Noro-Moseley Partners Alan Taetle took time out of his busy schedule to share his lifehacks, Matt Weisberger catches up on his company Knapsack since presenting at Venture Atlanta 2015 and we’ve rounded up the best tips to help attendees maximize their time at the conference.

With 1 week to go, there are fewer than a handful of tickets left! Get yours now as the conference will be sold-out again.

How I Work 

Alan Taetle, General Partner at Noro-Moseley Partners

Alan Taetle, general partner at Noro-Moseley Partners (NMP) and Venture Atlanta 2016 chairman, is synonymous with success and venture capital. But his first success was at one of Atlanta’s best loved startups: Mindspring. As the ISP’s 13th employee in 1995, Alan oversaw the company’s subscriber growth from 4,000 to over 325,000 in just three years.


Pre-Venture Atlanta Tips from 2015 Alum Knapsack CEO Matt Weisberger

“What we had once projected we needed 50 people to accomplish, we realized we could go with half that…the relationships we made at Venture Atlanta could be the funding we’ll need in a year.” — Matt Weisberger, CEO and co-founder of Knapsack



Tips to Optimize Your Venture Atlanta 2016 Experience

This year’s Venture Atlanta conference, to be held November 2 and 3 at the College Football Hall of Fame, will bring together hundreds of investors across the country, the South’s most promising high-growth potential tech companies and a stellar speaker line-up spearheaded by Jay Simon, president of widely admired SaaS company Atlassian.

We’ve put together a collection of tips to help entrepreneurs get the most out of Venture Atlanta 2016.


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