Scott Murphy AVG Podcasts May 31, 2019

Report: Spirits & Startups San Francisco

Ryan Burleson heads west to find out how AVG benefits investors, founders, and fellow VCs



Report: Spirits & Startups San Francisco

Ryan Burleson | Producer, Founders & Funders

What do AVG’s investor appreciation events sound like? And why would anyone make the effort to attend one? Producer Ryan Burleson crisscrosses the U.S.A. to find out.

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Episode Summary

In early-April, AVG held the third edition of its investor appreciation event—Spirits & Startups—at the Four Seasons Silicon Valley, so Founders & Funders sent producer Ryan Burleson to capture the scene. Listen along as he narrates the sights and sounds, interviews investors and AVG team members, and details how the event benefits all who attend.

Thanks for listening. We’ll be back with host Shelley Hunter’s next founder episode soon.



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