Tech Investments & Associations – What You Need to Know

Catching the eye of investors, and keeping it, is great news for any association! Although, it might not be as easy to do at times. Luckily, Association Chat will have a lot of tips and tricks to help you figure out how your association can do just that! It’s all thanks to our guest Rob Wenger (@rwenger), CEO of Higher Logic.

In late September 2016, the cloud-based community platform provider Higher Logic closed  a $55 million investment from JMI Equity, a growth equity firm. Association execs and players in the association industry are fascinated to find out what the investment means for Higher Logic’s devoted users and the association community as a whole.

Join us on November 22 at 2pm EDT when we dive into this topic with Rob and find out much more! Such as, how Higher Logic plans to make their new funding, what 2017 looks like for Higher Logic, etc. There will be so much to take from this episode of Association Chat that you might wanna bring a basket.

About Rob

unnamed-1Rob is a successful entrepreneur and business executive with an outstanding 20+ year track record in building, growing and leading high-tech companies. As the CEO of Higher Logic, his clients’ success is always top of mind. He works to positively impact each of Higher Logic’s clients using smart, collaborative technology.  Prior to Higher Logic, Rob co-founded and served as Chief Technology Officer for two technology firms, Active Matter, a web design and development firm that exclusively focused on the not-for-profit market and WaveFront Consulting, an information technology consulting firm.  Rob holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.

Find Rob and engage with him on Twitter @rwenger.

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