Venture Capital in XR: Silicon Valley VCs Weigh In on Where They See Traction.

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Mike Boland, Artillery. Gayathri Radhakrishnan, Micron. Angelo Del Priore, HP. Amy LaMeyer, WXR Fund. Ryan Wang, Outpost

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Dec 2 11am PST/2pm EST The virtual and augmented reality market is forecasted to grow from over $10.2B this year to $34.4B in global revenue by 2024 according to Artillery Intelligence. Venture Capitalists (VCs) traditionally look for hyper-scale opportunities within any market. So where are they looking to see this growth in virtual and augmented reality across, enterprise, consumer, media, advertising? Join the VR/AR Association’s Silicon Valley Chapter online event to hear from Mike Boland of Artillery Intelligence give a market opportunity overview and Silicon Valley VCs who will weigh in on where they are looking to place bets. New hardware technologies, cloud computing, 5G, battery optimization, computer vision and AI are creating what could be the perfect storm to unleash multiple unicorn companies in the XR (augmented and virtual reality) ecosystems. Speakers/Panelists: Industry Expert: Mike Boland, CEO & Chief Analyst, Artillery Intelligence linkedin.com/in/bolandmike VC Panel: Gayathri Radhakrishnan, Director, AI Fund, Micron Technology linkedin.com/in/gradhakrishnan Angelo Del Priore, Partner, HP Tech Ventures linkedin.com/in/angelo-del-priore-04136b1 Amy LaMeyer, Partner, WXR Fund linkedin.com/in/amylameyer Ryan Wang, Founding Partner, Outpost Capital linkedin.com/in/ryanwangglobal Moderator: Nathan Pettyjohn, President VRARA and Commercial AR/VR Lead at Lenovo linkedin.com/in/nathan-pettyjohn-17619710

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