DURHAM – An entrepreneur-turned-investor, a veteran investor and a senior executive at SAS will serve as co-chairs for the Tech Conference put on by the Council for Entrepreneurial Development.
- Joe Colopy, Investor, Colopy Ventures (pictured above)
- Jeff Muir, Founder and Partner, Fulcrum Equity Partners
- Russ Cobb, Senior Vice President of Growth and Business Operations, SAS
“I am thrilled to co-chair the CED Tech Conference this year. Over the past 20 years, I have enjoyed the conference immensely – first as a student volunteer, later as an entrepreneur and speaker, and now as an active investor,” said Colopy in a statement. “The CED Tech Conference continues to be the must-attend event for the region’s tech entrepreneurs and their investors.”
Colopy co-founded Bronto Software in Durham and struck out on his own after selling Bronto to NetSuite for some $200 million. NetSuite was later acquired by Oracle.’
The two-day conference, which is in its 34th year, is set for Sept. 12-13 in Raleigh.
CED Tech Conference registration opens today. Companies can apply now to exhibit in the Demo Room and present on the main stage. The application deadline is June 5. For more information regarding registration rates and company applications, see the event website.