IT Management Conference
David Teten, CEO of Teten Advisors

David Teten

CEO of Teten Advisors

Serial Entrepreneur

David Teten is CEO of Teten Advisors and a serial entrepreneur. He was most recently Managing Director of Evalueserve, the world's largest knowledge process outsourcing company. Founded in 2000, the company has over 2,400 employees. Among its 1,100 clients are 6 of the top 10 investment banking entities and 10 of the top 15 strategy consulting firms. David joined Evalueserve when the firm acquired his investment research firm, the Circle of Experts.

David was formerly CEO of Teten Executive Recruiting, which he sold to Accolo, #42 on the 2007 Inc. 500 list. Previously, he was Founder and CEO of GoldNames, an investment bank serving the internet domain name asset class. He worked with Bear Stearns' Investment Banking division as a member of their technology/defense M&A team, and was a strategy consultant with Mars & Co. He holds a Harvard MBA and a Yale BA, both with honors.

David is a member of the Advisory Board for Accolo, Grouply, the Word of Mouth Marketing Association, and DanceTime Publications. He was a keynote speaker at ACG Intergrowth 2009 alongside Newt Gingrich and T. Boone Pickens and is frequently invited to make keynote presentations at finance and technology conferences.

David is lead author of The Virtual Handshake: Opening Doors and Closing Deals Online, the first book on how businesses can use online networks and other "Web 2.0" technologies to originate deals, win new clients, recruit star employees, and market their firm.


The Virtual Handshake: Winning Clients and Raising Capital using Social Media

When you finish David’s session, you willl know how to:
• Create a powerful professional presence online
• Attract potential investors in online networks
• Meet more relevant potential investors
• Start and promote your own blog
• Master the email deluge
• Analyze and value your community of potential investors and partners
• Manage your investor database
• Ensure privacy and safety online