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Is Quantum Computing Ready for VC Investments?
Sep 30, 2020
08:00 PM - 09:00 PM (Asia/Kolkata)

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Quantum computing is the next holy grail of computing which will change computing as we know it. But what is it really? Is it science fiction or is there any reality to it? Is there any room for investing in such a nascent technology and if so, where and why? 

Paul Singh (Board Member, TiE Silicon Valley) will talk with Karthee Madasamy who has invested in this space, and get answers to the above questions. 

We are sure you have more questions, so attend this webinar to get answers to all your burning questions!

Karthee Madasamy
Karthee is the founder and managing partner of MFV Venture - an early-stage technology investing venture fund. He has investing experience in the USA, India, Israel, and South East Asia and has led successful investments in Waze (acquired by Google) and Validity Sensors (acquired by Synaptics). Working before for Qualcomm Ventures, he invested in mobile video, mobile internet, e-commerce, cloud, analytics, semiconductors, biometrics, multi-mode user interfaces, consumer devices and mobile social media. Recently, Karthee invested in PsiQuantum, who is building the first useful Quantum Computer.  

R. Paul Singh
Paul is the CEO of Startup Strategies, where he helps startups in scaling their marketing and sales operations. He is a successful entrepreneur and CEO of 5 startups, with 4 exits including an IPO. Paul also teaches entrepreneurship at Northeastern University and the University of California, Berkeley. He is a TiE Charter Member and also a Board Member at TiE Silicon Valley. 



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