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Technology Events Calendar

November 27, 2000

A weekly listing of local events compiled by the SoCal Tech Calendar www.socaltechcalendar.com ).

TUESDAY

Breakfast@VIC

Barry Libert, author, lecturer and Arthur Andersen consultant, will discuss the impact of the 'new economy' on redefining value in everything we do. Libert will present excerpts from his latest book, "Cracking the Value Code: How Successful Businesses Are Creating Wealth in the New Economy."

Location: Four Seasons Hotel, 300 S. Doheny Drive, Los Angeles.

Time: 8-10 a.m.

Cost: $30 members, $50 nonmembers.

For more information:

E-mail: info@thevic.org

Web: www.thevic.org

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Tier One Network--Doing Business Internationally

Does your local business look to the world as its new trade territory? Find out what it takes to be successful, with speaker Angi Ma Wong, author of "Target: the U.S. Asian Market, a Practical Guide to Doing Business."

Location: Olympic Collection Banquet and Conference Center, 11301 Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles.

Time: 6:30-9 p.m.

Cost: Free to members; $15 nonmembers.

For more information:

E-mail: greg@dmdot.com

Web: www.tieronenetwork.com

WEDNESDAY

California Venture Forum

Fourteen entrepreneurs will showcase their businesses for potential investors at the 13th semiannual Investor Forum. The last nine investor forums helped companies raise more than $80 million.

Location: Titan Student Union, Cal State Fullerton.

Time: 2 p.m.

Cost: $75.

For more information:

E-mail: jmw@flashcom.net

Web: www.calventureforum.org

THURSDAY

EC2 Round Table

The subject is "Accounting Issues for the Emerging Company." Jim Pitrat, a certified public accountant with Singer Lewak Greenbaum & Goldstein, will lead the panel, with representatives from Pacific Venture Management, a financial-consulting firm. Topics to be covered: accounting terms and definitions; basic financial statements; differences of audits, reviews and compilations; financial forecasting and projections in business planning; internal control and management reporting.

Location: EC2, Annenberg Incubator Project, 746 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles.

Time: 4-7 p.m.

Cost: Reservations required.

For more information:

E-mail: jlucas@ec2.edu

Web: www.ec2.edu/events

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Interactive Television Seminar

The console video game is alive and interacting with TV. Next-generation console games will bring cinema-quality and real-time virtual reality into the home. As the quality of these systems matures, so will their content and audience. Can TV keep up? Moderator Celia Pearce, author of "The Interactive Book: A Guide to the Interactive Revolution," will host the second installment of the USC seminar series "Creating for Convergence/Designing for Divergence."

Location: Davidson Conference Center, USC, 3415 Figueroa St., Los Angeles.

Time: 7 p.m.

Cost: Free.

For more information:

E-mail: cpearce@annenberg.edu

Web: www.annenberg.edu/convergence-divergence

SATURDAY

Caltech/MIT Enterprise Forum

The forum will present a program on surviving and capturing value in the "new economy." Speakers, panels and case presenters will offer analysis and solutions.

Location: Baxter Hall, Caltech, Pasadena.

Time: 8:30-11:30 a.m.

Cost: $40 ($10 for full-time students).

For more information:

E-mail: entfor@its.caltech.edu

Web: www.its.caltech.edu/~entfor

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To submit events for listings, please contact the SoCal Tech Calendar. E-mail Marie Condron at marie@socaltechcalendar.com or Christian Gray at cgray@socaltechcalendar.com .

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