• 4.13.15 Two Luminaries: Intel Capital President Arvind Sodhani & Silicon Valley Bank CEO Greg Becker

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    Greg Becker, President & CEO, Silicon Valley Bank
    Arvind Sodhani, Executive Vice President, Intel; President, Intel Capital

    Two singularly successful industry leaders exchange views and share insights about key trends and opportunities for innovation and economic growth. What do they see as the current state of Silicon Valley; what’s coming in technology; and what might the financial markets hold this year? How long might the current boom last, and what will follow it? Arvind Sodhani has been called “the smartest VC in the world.” He is executive vice president at Intel and president of Intel Capital, one of the oldest and largest corporate venture arms, which Sodhani himself helped start and build. As President & CEO of Silicon Valley Bank, Greg Becker leads a pioneering financial services organization that serves the innovation sector globally. SVB is one of the fastest-growing public companies in the U.S. and was named by Fortune as a best place to work. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to gain inside perspectives from two of today’s most respected business and financial leaders.

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