Genesys Partners Venture Dinner XXI

21th Anniversary Event

This year's Genesys Partners Venture Dinner marked the twenty first anniversary of its debut as a tech industry destination event. The Genesys Dinner brings together 100 top executives from the worlds of venture capital, investment banking, entrepreneurship, large strategic partners plus media figures. It is an elegant, powerful networking evening, with insights from some very interesting guests. Photos from past events below.

Agility First! Forum

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Genesys Partners is proud to launch it's new media asset, Agility First!, a forum that spotlights disruptive leaders who are focusing on more powerful execution strategies to build great companies with lasting financial and economic impact.

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John Patrick Annual Update

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

One of the highlights of the Genesys Partners Venture Dinner, John was one of the visionaries of the Internet age as vice president of Internet Technology at IBM, and continues the trail at He is a frequent flyer on the keynote circuit, flagged the advent of wi-fi before it had a name and forecast the power of blogging when it was merely a curiosity. Catch his coverage and take on the dinner here.

Mark Walsh Commentary

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Each year, Mark Walsh, CEO of GeniusRocket, and former CEO of Verticalnet, entertains Genesys dinner guests with commentary regarding life in the nation's capital. This year Mark added a new dimension to his closer. Read his insights here.

The New Digital Disruptors: Uber and AirBnB - Breaking the Law or Breaking Barriers

Wed, 29 January 2014

Travis Kalanick's ears were burning on March 25th. Whether he cares or not is another story, as his reputation for being "tone deaf" is well established. "The New Digital Disruptors" panelists—EDventure's Esther Dyson, Breakingviews's Jeffrey Goldfarb, IDG Ventures's Pat Kenealy, Attitude LLC's John Patrick, Mashable's Heidi Moore and The New Yorker's Ken Auletta—had a lively exchange of opinions on barrier-bashing, regulation-bending, pro-innovation companies like Uber and Airbnb.

Read more on the Agility First! website