Emergence’s Jason Green joins TC Sessions: Enterprise this September

Picking winners from the herd of early-stage enterprise startups is challenging — so much competition, so many disruptive technologies, including mobile, cloud and AI. One investor who has consistently identified winners is Jason Green, founder and general partner at Emergence, and TechCrunch is very pleased to announce that he will join the investor panel at TC Sessions: Enterprise, on Sept. 5 at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. He will join two other highly accomplished VCs, Maha Ibrahim, general partner at Canaan Partners and Rebecca Lynn, co-founder and general partner at Canvas Ventures. They will join TechCrunch’s Connie Loizos to discuss important trends in early-stage enterprise investments as well as the sectors and companies that have their attention. Green will also join us for the investor Q&A in a separate session.

Jason Green founded Emergence in 2003 with the aim of “looking around the corner, identifying themes, and aiming to win big in the long run.” The firm has made 162 investments, led 64 rounds, and seen 29 exits to date. Among the firm’s wins are Zoom, Box, SageIntacct, ServiceMax, Box, and SuccessFactors. Emergence has raised $1.4 billion over six funds.

Green is also the founding chairman of the Kauffman Fellow Program and a founding member of Endeavor. He serves on the board of BetterWorks, Drishti, GroundTruth, Lotame, Replicon, and SalesLoft.

Come hear from Green at these other amazing investors at TC Sessions: Enterprise by booking your tickets today. $249 early bird tickets are still on sale for the next two weeks before prices go up by $100. Book your tickets here.

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