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Coffee & Conversation

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 8:30am to 10:00am
  • 8:30-9:30AM - Keynote Speaker: Logan Bartlett (joining virtually)
  • 9:30-10AM - In Person Networking

Logan Bartlett is a seasoned expert in the field of business investment and growth. Currently, a Managing Director at Redpoint on the Early-Growth team; his impressive career includes leading investments in high-potential companies such as Cyera, Cribl, FloQast, Ramp, Materialize, Monte Carlo, and Crossbeam. Additionally, Logan has played a pivotal role in supporting Redpoint's investment in Workato.

Logan's insights are shaped by his extensive experience in enterprise software investments during his nearly six-year tenure at Battery Ventures before joining Redpoint. He is also known for his engaging interviews with influential founders and technologists on "The Logan Bartlett Show," his popular podcast. His unique perspectives and deep understanding of the startup ecosystem make him an invaluable resource for anyone looking to grow or start a business.

About Redpoint Ventures: established in 1999, with a distinguished history of partnering with visionary founders to create and redefine markets. The firm invests in startups across various stages, from seed to growth. Redpoint has backed over 578 companies, including industry giants like Snowflake, Looker, Kustomer, Twilio, and Netflix. With 181 IPOs and M+A exits and managing $7.2 billion across multiple funds, Redpoint's expertise in guiding businesses towards success is unparalleled.

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