Webinar

An Introduction to Ring Ventures

Join us for a live, 45-minute presentation about Ring Ventures, Alumni Ventures’ Texas A&M-focused venture capital fund.

The discussion will be led by Ring Venture’s Managing Partner Larry Warnock and is open to all former students and friends of Texas A&M. There will be time for open questions during the call.

During the session, we will discuss:

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    The goal and structure of the fund
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    The value of the Alumni Ventures' model
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    Some examples of current portfolio companies
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    The benefits of diversifying into venture capital
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    The minimum requirements needed to invest in the fund

* You must be accredited to invest in venture capital. Important disclosure information can be found at av-funds.com/disclosures

About your presenter

Larry Warnock
Larry Warnock

Larry Warnock is a seasoned venture-backed tech executive with multiple exits via acquisition or IPO. He was most recently the President & CEO of Olono, an AI platform for sales effectiveness (acquired by InsightSquared). Previously he was the CEO of Gazzang, a provider of big data security software (acquired by Cloudera), and Phurnace, a provider of DevOps software (acquired by BMC Software). After moving to Austin from Silicon Valley, Larry was a Venture Partner at AVLabs, the incubator fund of Austin Ventures. His career has allowed him to work with numerous VCs and companies across California, Colorado and Texas. Austin is now his home with his wife of 35 years. He started his software career in sales and marketing and has been a VP executive at several successful high-growth companies, including Documentum, OnLink, Siebel, and Vignette. Larry serves an advisor to InsightSquared of Boston, MA and several early stage companies here in Texas. He is also a Venture Partner with ATXVenture Partners, a seed and Series A stage investor in the Southwest. Larry is a graduate of Texas A&M and is a frequent speaker at Texas A&M’s Mays School of Business.

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