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What is Relationship Capital and how do you go about building it to succeed

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Andy Wilson will talk about Intellectual Capital (ideas) + Financial Capital (cash) + Relationship Capital (people) = Success: What is Relationship Capital and how do you go about building it so your new venture can succeed.

Our venue sponsor for Friday January 3rd will be Metacloud. Metacloud is located at 117 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 300. It's the Chamber of Commerce building at the corner of Colorado and Arroyo Parkway. The easiest parking is either on the street or in the parking garage at 48 N. Raymond.

Speaker bio: Andy Wilson | CEO & Founder | Rexter

Andy is the founder/CEO of Rexter, the leader in Professional Relationship Management "PRM". Previously, as founder of Momentum Ventures, he led more than a half dozen SoCal tech start-ups. He has developed an extensive business network across the tech landscape including top VC's (SoCal and NorCal), public company CEO's and other prominent angel investors. He is frequently characterized as "one of the best networked tech leaders in Southern California.” In addition to being the CEO/Founder of Rexter, Andy currently serves as Chairman of the Board for Digital Performance Inc and Cyber-Rain Inc. He is on he board of nQueue Inc and Phoenix Energy and a board observer at DataPop Inc and Sendio Inc. His is on the advisory board of Vincente Partners, ParkMe and Pacific Oaks College. He has extensive board experience in not for profit/community organizations and is currently a member of the Board of Governors for the Altadena Town & Country Club and the founder & co-chairman of Innovate Pasadena ( ) which is dedicated to advancing the region as a vibrant innovation hub. He is a regular speaker at SoCal entrepreneur’s events and business schools and was named one of the 50 Most Innovative Men in the San Gabriel Valley by “The Magazine.” Andy holds an engineering degree with honors from Dartmouth College and received his MBA with a concentration in operations and technology management from Harvard Business School.