At The Podium
Show Me the Money
While participating in a moderated discussion regarding seed and venture capital investments in the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) space at the UAS Tech Forum, McAfee & Taft corporate attorney Tracy Poole and fellow panelists Jim Troxel and Art Miller with Cowboy Technology Angels and Brett Amerine of TONIC Ventures talk candidly about what factors weigh most heavily in their decisions to invest in a UAS deal.
Regarded as the anchor event for the Unmanned Aerial Systems Cluster Initiative of Oklahoma and Kansas (UASCI), a program funded through a contract with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the UAS Tech Forum attracts a wide array of public and private sector professionals and leaders involved in the unmanned aerial systems industry, including entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, tech transfer professionals and economic development officials, and other service providers. The UASCI accelerates the growth of the Unmanned Aerial System industry in the U.S. by enabling established companies and emerging entrepreneurs in Oklahoma and Kansas to connect, work together, and gain access to national technology, global capital, advanced business models and global markets.