FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 12, 2017
Oliver F. Hays
Phillips Lytle LLP
PHILLIPS LYTLE LLP TO HOST VENTURE CAPITAL EVENT
“GETTING TO WOW! THE ART OF COMMUNICATING YOUR
COMPELLING VALUE PROPOSITION” AT FIRM’S NEW YORK CITY OFFICE
– Workshop is open to startup founders, executives, entrepreneurs and more –
New York, N.Y. – Phillips Lytle LLP will host a workshop at its New York City office for the Access Silicon Valley event, “Getting to WOW! The Art of Communicating Your Compelling Value Proposition.” The event will take place on Thursday, July 13, 2017 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Phillips Lytle’s New York City office, located at 340 Madison Avenue.
This workshop, hosted in collaboration with California-based Procopio Law Firm, is open to startup founders, startup executives, entrepreneurs, innovators, designers and developers. It will help guide attendees through communicating the essence of a startup company’s value proposition when raising capital, capturing market share and generating brand awareness. The event will be live streamed from Silicon Valley in New York, and other locations in a worldwide effort to connect tech ecosystems.
“We are dedicated to helping founders and startups by providing them with the resources necessary to be as successful as possible,” said event host Asaf Hahami, Phillips Lytle Special Counsel and a member of the Firm’s Venture Capital Team. “We’ve had many founders ask us for guidance on how to successfully raise capital and this workshop will really help them distill their startup’s value proposition and communicate that effectively.”
Prior to the 12:30 pm live stream from Silicon Valley, at 11:30 am, Mr. Hahami will introduce new members to the Access Silicon Valley New York group and moderate a discussion among attendees about how founders can leverage additional support for their startups within the NYC tech community.
Phillips Lytle has been a leader in the startup space, advising startups from across Southern Ontario, Upstate New York and New York City. In 2011, Phillips Lytle partnered with Ontario, Canada-based innovation center, Communitech, when the law firm opened office space at Communitech. In 2016, Phillips Lytle launched Communitech NYC Powered by Phillips Lytle, a workspace and incubator-extension for existing Communitech startup companies and alumni to gain access to resources, business connections, customers and funding opportunities in New York City. The arrangement with Phillips Lytle further connects Communitech and Canada’s entrepreneurial scene with New York City’s “Silicon Alley.”