**SOLD OUT**NO TICKETS AVAILABLE**SOLD OUT** Reservations must be made and paid for by November 2. In collaboration with The Red Herring. What are today’s trends that will shape tomorrow’s technologies? Who are the companies that will define the marketplace in 1999? Why limit yourself to isolated opinions in 10 point type? Instead, get a front-row seat as the techno-industry’s leading (and most opinionated) visionaries rate and debate what the future holds for “the greater Silicon Valley.” Hunting for Money? Go for the big time! Public Television’s MoneyHunt will be auditioning at our Top 10 Tech Trends Debate! Introduce your company to a nationwide TV audience! MoneyHunt will be shooting live auditions at The Top 10 Tech Trends Debate! One Churchill Club entrepreneur will be chosen to appear on an upcoming MoneyHunt show. Part “People’s Court,” part “Spanish Inquisition,” part “Love Connection,” MoneyHunt is a unique public television show that allows entrepreneurs to present their business plans before a panel of experts who evaluate them on the spot. Seen nationwide on public television, (KQED in SF) MoneyHunt has been hailed by critics and viewers alike for providing a real world glimpse into the high stakes game of raising money for a growing business. The show’s appeal is more than just business. It’s also high drama. Entrepreneurs are given just 10 minutes to pitch, according to a pre-submitted business plan. Panelists can interrupt and pick apart their logic at any time. At show’s end, the experts choose one of the presenting entrepreneurs to advise. Part of MoneyHunt’s broad appeal is the rare opportunity for average viewers to sit in judgment of products and businesses before they even come to market or are widely available. Last season, 17 entrepreneurs raised $26,000,000 after their appearances. Look for the MoneyHunt cameras at The Top 10 Tech Trends Debate and take your shot at the big time. If you want to audition, you must arrive early. Auditions will take place prior to and after the program only. More at www.moneyhunter.com. This program generously supported by Benjamin | Weber Shandwick, Bowne of Palo Alto, Execustaff, Inc., Los Angeles Times National Edition, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Seagate Software, and Silicon Valley Bank.
Esther Dyson, Chairman, Edventure Holding Roger McNamee, Founder, Intergral Partners