From Startup To IPO

Join us on November 14th to get the latest insights into the success story of RingCentral and its founder and CEO, Vlad Shmunis.

Vlad went all the way from founding a startup, bringing in on board some of the best venture funds in the Valley (Sequoia & Khosla Ventures), and taking RingCentral to a $100M IPO just last month.

Don't miss this exciting story and an opportunity to learn from the first-hand experience straight from the founder! Learn his business secrets and ask him questions. Hang out and share drinks and snacks with Vlad as well as a group of like-minded entrepreneurs, investors, executives and other professionals - members of AmBAR ( and TEC Club (

Also, young startups, if you wish to pitch to the audience of angels and VCs, apply now to participate in a short DEMO night. The number of companies is limited! If you interested to present your startup at future Pitch events, please apply at

WHEN : Thursday, November 14, 2013, 6:30-9:00pm
WHERE: WilmerHale, 950 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, 94304

Details and registration :

What They Say About Us

"The wonderful thing about entrepreneurs is that their passion for starting new companies transcends languages and geographic boundaries."

Ron Conway, Founder and Managing Partner of the Angel Investors LP funds, early stage investor in Google and PayPal

"Networking is very important for start-ups. The challenge for them is often not money: it is mentoring and finding people who can give good advice from experience."

Esther Dyson, Founder, EDventure Holdings

"This conference is clearly a labor of love for a group of dedicated professionals who care deeply about the Eastern European entrepreneurs. From the value-packed educational panels, to the star-studded key note speakers' line up, to an amazing quantity of venture capitalists – this is a not to be missed event for any high tech entrepreneur,"

Richard Guha, President of the Marketing Executives Network and Managing Partner at MaxBrandEquity

"As Stanford MBA students, we were exposed to a lot of VC firms both from the Valley and abroad. It is at Stanford that we met Anna Dvornikova, an absolutely amazing business leader and (by our big luck) our friend, who was the center of the Russian Silicon Valley professional community, and was doing a huge work to connect Russia and the Valley. Anna helped us a lot with kick-starting Wikimart, put us to our first-ever conference, introduced us to most of Russian VCs. And all that happened in a very short time span! It was the beginning of a six-month journey that despite the particularly tough times resulted in an extraordinarily group of investors backing our start-up."

Maxim Faldin and Kamil Kurmakayev,
co-CEOs, Wikimart