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  1. The Center for Venture Education K Home of the Kauffman Fellows Program FELLOWS 12 RECRUITMENT PRESENTATION www.kauffmanfellows.org

  2. Program Goals • Educate, develop and network the next generation of leaders in the Venture Capitalist process • Cultivate future leaders of venture-backed companies “Enhancing the Human Investment in the Venture Capital Process Globally”

  3. Kauffman Fellows...Making a BIG Impact Globally

  4. International applicants • Affiliated application process • Extended selection process • Negotiated salary Enhancements to the Program

  5. World class fellows, firms, and mentors • Rigorous selection process • Full immersion educational experience • Incomparable network • Mentoring by a seasoned and successful partner Enduring Components of the Program

  6. 80% of Fellows Alumni have remained in Venture Capital or Private Equity – large percentage with their Fellowship firm • 75% are General Partners • 7 have founded VC Firms; many others in process • 8 Growth Company CEOs • 1 Hedge Fund Founder • 1 Academic Kauffman Fellows Alumni

  7. 24-month, full-time commitment with a venture capital firm • Fellow is: employee of the firm & student of the CVE • Industry targeted experience-based learning • Includes “Best Practices” for VC industry • Customized leadership development • Mentoring by seasoned partners and program faculty • Fellows network for shared learning Program Description

  8. Mentoring by seasoned partners • Individually tailored learning plans • Industry-targeted learning modules • Field project Structured Educational Component

  9. Steve Kaplan • Neubauer Family Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance – University of Chicago Graduate School of Business • Brian Dovey • General Partner, Domain Associates • Teaches Entrepreneurship Class at San Diego State University Kauffman Fellows Faculty

  10. Top caliber talent • Inclusion in a premier emerging leadership network • Enhanced syndication & deal flow • Use of KFP leadership tools within firms • Planning for succession Benefits for VC’s

  11. Fellows 1-11 Mentor Firms CreandumStockholm, Sweden AccelAmadeus3i London,England Wellington Partners Ventures Munich, Germany EMBL VenturesHeidelberg, Germany Novartis BioVentureBasel, Switzerland

  12. Delta Private EquityMoscow, Russia Fellows 1-11 Mentor Firms Itochu Corp.Tokyo, Japan RUSSIA Gemini Israel Funds, Tel Aviv, Israel Granite Global VenturesShanghai, China JAPAN C H I N A Sequoia Capital India,  Bangalore, India HSBC Private Equity LimitedHong Kong, China INDIA

  13. Fellows 1-11 Mentor Firms(Africa) Databank Private Equity, Ltd. Ghana, Africa

  14. MIDWEST BOSTON ARCH Blue Chip CID Equity EDF Ventures KC Equity Partners Morgenthaler RiverVest Sprint Venture Investors Wind Point Partners NORTHWEST Accelerator ARCH Olympic 3i Advent Battery Fidelity BioScience OneLiberty MPM Capital MorgenthalerNovartis BioVenture Prism Seaflower SV Life Sciences Spectrum Equity TVM VIMAC Ventures Weston Presidio Highland Capital Fellows 1-11 Mentor Firms BAY AREA Aberdare Ventures Angels Forum/Halo Funds Applied Ventures Alta Partners BA VenturesBlueprint VenturesCMEA Draper Fisher Jurvetson Emergence Capital Partners Gabriel Granite Global Intel Capital In-Q-Tel Kleiner Perkins Morgenthaler NEA Skyline Spectrum Equity SV Life Sciences TL Ventures Unilever Tech. Ventures USVP Vantage Point Venrock Weston Presidio Woodside Fund CT/NY/NJ/ Apax Battelle Ventures Canaan Cardinal Domain Flatiron J.P. Morgan L Capital Partners Oak Sprout Group Tullis-Dickerson Venrock Whitney & Co. PA/MD/VAGabriel Global Environment Fund MASA LS Mid-Atlantic NEA S.R One Red Abbey Valhalla SOUTHERN CAL Clearstone Domain Sofinnova TX, CO, NM, AZ ARCHAustin Ventures Centennial Ventures Flywheel Ventures RCT-Arizona Sequel Venture Partners SOUTHEAST Alliance Tech Intersouth Kitty Hawk

  15. Graduate degree (preferably in Business, Medicine, Science, Healthcare or Technology) • Five years full-time work experience • US citizenship NO LONGER a requirement Minimum Application Requirements

  16. 5 years successful operating experience • Deep domain expertise in a specific field • Demonstrated leadership (people and/or projects) • Understanding of, and strong desire to be part of the venture building process • Maturity, willingness to take risks • Strong analytical skills • Exposure to entrepreneurship and/or company growth • Independent, comfortable with ambiguous environments • Significant interpersonal skills • Unquestioned integrity Fellows Criteria

  17. Of the 70 Kauffman Fellows in Classes 8, 9, 10 & 11: • Range of 3-20 years operating experience in IT or Life Sciences: • 52 have MBAs • 25 have Ph.D.s; 10 MDs; 4 JDs • 67 different start-up companies are represented in total • 33 were founders or inventors • 93 patents held • 1 received a UN Peace Medal and 1 trained under a Nobel Prize Winner. Fellows 8, 9, 10 & 11

  18. Class 12 will accept approximately 30 Fellows • Class is made up of… • Wide variety of diverse professionals from around the world • Class selected to create optimum learning community Selection Goals

  19. Application Deadline November 1, 2006 • Semi-Finalist InterviewsJanuary, 2007 • Finalist Selection EventMarch 7-8, 2007 • Affinity Conference July 11-13 , 2007 Fellows 12 TimelineMatching Process

  20. Application DeadlineJanuary 31, 2007 • Interview Process March/April 2007 • Affinity Conference July 11-13 , 2007 Fellows 12 Timeline Affiliated Process

  21. Application dates: November 1, 2006 Matching January 31, 2007 Affiliated For more details and bios of all Fellows and alums Visit our website: www.kauffmanfellows.org Kauffman Fellows Program

  22. 3i Aberdare Ventures Accel Partners Accelerator Corp. Advent International Alliance Technology Ventures Alta Partners Amadeus Capital Angels’ Forum/Halo Funds Apax Partners, Inc. Applied Ventures ARCH Venture Partners Austin Ventures Battelle Ventures Battery Ventures BA Venture Partners Blue Chip Venture Co. Blueprint Ventures Canaan Partners Cardinal Partners Centennial Ventures Waltham, MA San Francisco, CA London Seattle, WA Boston, MA Atlanta, GA San Francisco, CA London San Francisco, CA New York, NY/Palo Alto, CA Santa Clara, CA Chicago, IL/Seattle, WA Austin, TX Princeton, NJ Wellesley, MA/San Mateo, CA Foster City, CA Cincinnati, OH San Francisco, CA Rowayton, CA Princeton, NJ Denver, CO Fellows Mentor Firms

  23. CMEA Ventures CID Equity Partners Clearstone Venture Partners Creandum Databank Private Equity, Ltd. Delta Private Equity Partners Domain Associates Draper Fisher Jurvetson EDF EMBL Ventures, Heidelberg Emergence Capital Partners Fidelity BioSciences Flatiron Partners Flywheel Ventures Gabriel Venture Partners Gemini Israel Funds Global Environment Fund Granite Global Ventures Highland Capital Partners HSBC Private Equity San Francisco, CA Columbus, OH Menlo Park, CA Stockholm Accra, Ghana Moscow Princeton, NJ/Laguna Niguel, CA Redwood City, CA Ann Arbor, MI Heidelberg, Germany San Mateo, CA Cambridge, MA New York, NY Albuquerque, NM Annapolis, MD/Redwood Shores, CA Herzilya, Israel Washington DC Menlo Park, CA & Singapore Lexington, MA Hong Kong Fellows Mentor Firms

  24. In-Q-Tel Intel Capital Itochu Corporation Intersouth Partners J.P. Morgan Capital Ptrs. Kansas City Equity Ptrs. Kitty Hawk Capital Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers L Capital Partners MASA Life Science Ventures Mid-Atlantic Venture Funds MPM Capital Morgenthaler Ventures New Enterprise Associates Novartis Venture Fund Oak Investment Partners OVP OneLiberty Ventures ONSET Ventures Prism Venture Partners RCT Menlo Park, CA Santa Clara, CA Tokyo, Japan Research Triangle Park, NC New York, NY/San Francisco Kansas City, MO Charlotte, NC Menlo Park, CA New York, NY Washington DC Reston, VA Munich, Germany & Boston, MA Cleveland, OH Reston, VA/Menlo Park, CA Cambridge, MA Westport, CT Seattle, WA Boston, MA Menlo Park, CA Boston, MA Tucson, AZ Fellows Mentor Firms

  25. Red Abbey Venture Partners RiverVest Venture Partners Seaflower Ventures Sequel Venture Partners Sequoia Capital SV Life Sciences Skyline Ventures Sofinnova Ventures Spectrum Equity Investors Sprint Nextel Sprout Group S.R. One SV Life Sciences TL Ventures Tullis-Dickerson & Co TVM Capital Lutherville, MD St. Louis, MO Waltham, MA Boulder, CO Bangalore, India/Foster City, CA Boston, MA/Menlo Park, CA Palo Alto, CA San Francisco, CA Boston, MA/Menlo Park, CA Overland Park, KS New York, NY West Conshohocken, PA Boston, MA/Foster City, CO Wayne, PA Greenwich, CT Boston, MA Fellows Mentor Firms

  26. Unilever Technology Partners U.S. Venture Partners Valhalla Partners VantagePoint Venture Partners Venrock Associates Venture Investors VIMAC Ventures Wellington Partners Weston Presidio Capital Whitney & Co. Wind Point Partners Woodside Fund San Francisco, CA Menlo Park, CA Vienna, VA San Bruno, CA New York, NY/Menlo Park, CA Madison, WI Boston, MA Munich, Germany Boston, MA/San Francisco, CA Stamford, CT Southfield, MI Redwood Shores, CA Fellows Mentor Firms

  27. QUESTIONS ?

  28. Home of the Kauffman Fellows Programwww.kauffmanfellows.org CENTER FOR VENTURE EDUCATION K