Clark Hill Attorney Daniel Schenck Presented at the Arizona Technology Council’s Startup Connect AZ Conference
PHOENIX, AZ –
Clark Hill Attorney Daniel Schenck moderated a panel of eCommerce and SaaS experts and Clark Hill was a proud supporter of the Startup Connect AZ, hosted by the Arizona Technology Council on December 18, 2013 at Arizona State University.
The high-energy conference focused on stimulating Arizona’s expanding startup community and funding the ecosystem to increase economic growth. Clark Hill showcased the Emerging Enterprises + Entrepreneurs program (E2). E2 is an integrated, customizable program that helps early stage and mid-sized growth companies overcome today’s obstacles to meet tomorrow’s goals. For more information, please visit www.e2advantage.com.
The Arizona Technology Council is Arizona’s premier trade association for science and technology companies. The Arizona Technology Council offers numerous events, educational forums and business conferences that bring together leaders, managers, employees and visionaries to make an impact on the technology industry. Council members work toward furthering the advancement of technology in Arizona through leadership, education, legislation and social action. These interactions contribute to the Council’s culture of growing member businesses and transforming technology in Arizona.
Schenck is a corporate attorney with a focus on technology-related transactions. Prior to law, Schenck served in various managerial roles in both start-up and Fortune 500 telecom companies. He now serves as the outside general counsel for many of his clients, advising on (and preparing documents for) key business matters.
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