Hillary will be speaking at HostingCon 2014 (www.hostingcon.com) in Miami.
Her panel, "Understanding Valuation - How the Big Guys Do It", is on Monday, June 16th at 2:15pm.
Also on the panel is Greg Wong, SVP of Corporate Development for Web.com, Jeff King, General Manager of Hosting, Commerce and Security at Go Daddy and Eric Cooney, President and CEO of Internap.
Today a number of groups are holding a day of action on ECPA reform. There is a petition up on the White House website and we'd appreciate it if you would take a moment to review & sign it - https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/reform-ecpa-tell-government-get-warrant/nq258dxk.
HostingCon 2013 this year is in Austin Texas on June 17th - 19th. We will be speaking and would be happy to get together if you are attending as well. For more information about the conference click on the badge below.
Cheval Capital is pleased to be a charter member of the Internet Infrastructure Coalition.
The I2 coalition supports those who build the nuts and bolts of the Internet. The coalition believes the continued growth of the Internet is vital for growing an environment of innovation in America and it seeks to engage in ways to foster success of the Internet and Internet infrastructure industry.
Please check out their website at http://i2coalition.com/ and lend your support!
Hillary Stiff & Frank Stiff
Come see Cheval's acquisition panel on Monday at 10am with Web.com, Goldman Sachs, Endurance International & Navisite. (Management track - Room 313)
Congratulations to the folks at SingleHop on completion of their first ever institutional financing with Battery Ventures and American Chartered Bank. Details of the transaction can be found here.Cheval Capital acted as financial advisor to SingleHop in the transactions.
This turned out to be a great panel with Hillary Stiff (Managing Director of Cheval Capital), Ditlev Bredahl (CEO of OnApp), Joe Bardenheier (SVP of Endurance), Mike Jones (CFO of Softlayer), and Sumeet Sabharwal (SVP of Navisite.) There were no slides but David Snead posted a description of the panel with some of its key thoughts on his WHIR blog. If you aren't aware of David Snead, he is a well regarded, Washington D.C. attorney that works exclusively with companies that provide the infrastructure supporting the internet and those who create and distribute products and services electronically. His website is here.
Hillary Stiff & Frank Stiff
Frank Stiff's presentation at HostingCon 2011 on the current state of M&A in the web hosting market
Slides from Frank Stiff's HostingCon 2011 presentation on "Why Your Business May Be Worth More (or Less) To You Than A Buyer'
For those of you attending HostingCon 2011 feel free to use the discount code CHEVALCAPITAL2011 for a slight reduction in registration costs.