CONFERENCES, SEMINARS & MEETINGS
Berkeley Education and Training Center is sponsoring a class on Adobe Pagemill and Sitemill, the most advanced applications for World Wide Web page creation and monitoring. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Berkeley's, Alexandria, Va. Contact Mark A. Botros, (610)662-3880.
JULY 15 - 17
Launchspace Inc. presents Ground Station Command & Control of Satellites and Resources, a systems view of satellite command and control. Holiday Inn in Tysons Corner, Va. (800)553-5907.
JULY 15 - 17
Business Research Publications Inc. and Swidler & Berlin are sponsoring Telecom Billing ?96, the sixth annual conference on developing billing systems for tomorrow's advanced services. Vista Hotel, Washington, D.C. (800)822-MEET.
The Venture Group presents their Baltimore-Washington Breakfast: Planning an IPO, with speaker Gene Riechers, chief financial officer at CyberCash. General Admission: $40; BWVG member: $15. 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. Holiday Inn at Tysons Corner, Va. (301)405-2144.
Washington Technology is sponsoring Past Performance Workshop. 8 a.m. - noon. McLean Hilton, Vienna, Va. Contact Jodi Donatelli, (703)848-2800, ext. 115.
Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology and the Northern Virginia Technology Council present Info-Tech-connect ?96. Receive information on connecting Virginia businesses with technological resources. Free. 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Contact Brian Gordon, (703)698-3054/or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington Technology is sponsoring Teaming with 8(a)s, a unique forum presented each month to more than 200 senior-level executives for targeted technology presentations and face-to-face networking. $25. 7:45 a.m. - 10 a.m. Sheraton Premiere in Tysons Corner, Va. Contact Jodi Donatelli, (703)848-2800, ext. 115.
JULY 21 - 24
Stanford Professional Publishing presents The 1996 Executive Refresher Course. The course includes how to create and leverage your assets and management strategies leading to the 21st century. $795. Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. Contact Cheri Brown Merrihew, (414)723-0544/ fax (415)725-7510.
JULY 21 - 23
CAMP Inc., Cleveland's NASA-Lewis Research Center, is sponsoring Technology Transfer Society 21st Annual Meeting. The meeting features more than 60 presentations on international and domestic technology transfer issues. $325 for members, $375 non-members. Marriott Society Center, Cleveland. Contact Lydia Skapura, (216)432-5338.
JULY 22 - 25
The Washington D.C. chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Ada is sponsoring WADAS ?96. McLean Hilton, McLean, Va. (800)738-7379.
JULY 22 - 25
The International Exhibitors Association is sponsoring The 1996 Exhibit Industry Conference & Exposition, the single largest forum dedicated to helping achieve exhibiting excellence. Navy Pier, Chicago. (703)941-3725/ fax (703)941-8275.
Wright Patterson Air Force Base presents IT Expo. Wright Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. (800)878-2940, ext. 212.
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VENTURE CAPITAL IN THE NETPLEX:
1996 FIRST QUARTER RESULTS OF VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS IN THE WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA:
Firm: DealFund Amount
Allied Capital, Washington, D.C.1$7,000,000
Arete Ventures, Rockville, Md.2$2,202,000
Calvert Social Venture Partners, Bethesda, Md.2$96,000
Catalyst Ventures, Baltimore, Md.2$520,000
Chemicals & Materials Enterprise Association3$942,333
New Enterprise Associates, Baltimore, Md.28$24,703,340
Pierce Investment Banking Inc., Arlington, Va.1$50,000
Spectra Enterprise Associates, Baltimore, Md.2$66,138
Walnut Capital Corp., Vienna, Va.1$101,250
SOURCE: PRICE WATERHOUSE NATIONAL VENTURE CAPITAL SURVEY
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