« back to events
WEBINAR event

Discover Emerging Spaces with PitchBook

Webinar, United States

  • November 14, 2019
  • 10:00AM—11:00AM PST
Online
Webinar
United States
Get Directions
Share this event

PitchBook recently launched platform features that help our customers identify up-and-coming spaces and turn those discoveries into assets they can utilize to explore investment opportunities, map competitors and more. On the heels of those releases, we invite you to join experts from our analyst and product teams on Nov. 14 for a conversation about both offerings—PitchBook’s Emerging Spaces and Market Maps platform features. Specifically, this webinar will look at:

  • How we define and surface new emerging spaces in the platform
  • Ways PitchBook’s Emerging Spaces can help firms discover up and coming spaces and spark action with newfound insights
  • How our comprehensive, customizable market maps can assist firms with identifying new opportunities to invest and gain a better understanding of the competition


Additionally, we’ll dive into ghost kitchens—an emerging space within the larger foodtech vertical and a niche industry that investors have pumped $16.5 billion into in the past year. 
 

Hosted by


Jenna Bono
Lead Product Manager, PitchBook


In recent years, Lead Product Manager Jenna Bono has worked on everything from PitchBook’s push notifications to SSO and search. Most recently, she moved into a lead role managing PitchBook’s portfolio of discovery tools, which surface trends, drive discovery of high-potential companies and illuminate data via visualizations of new insights from PitchBook data. Prior to PitchBook, Bono was a technology advisory consultant at Ernst & Young, where she helped financial services companies with their digital strategies and product development initiatives.

 


Alex Frederick
Senior Venture Analyst, PitchBook


Alex Frederick contributes to PitchBook’s venture capital and emerging technology research. His coverage areas include early-stage investments across the venture space, with an industry specialization in foodtech. Before PitchBook, Frederick was a venture associate at Impact Engine, an impact investing firm focused on tech-enabled businesses. He holds an MBA in finance, entrepreneurship and economics from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana University.

 

Webinar Registration

Thanks!

Thank you for registering for our webinar. You will receive a confirmation email shortly. Please email events@pitchbook.com with any questions.

See how PitchBook can take your firm further