Clipperton organized a webinar dedicated to The Great Lockdown and its impact on the Tech ecosystem on April 29, 2020.

What are the impacts of the Covid-19 crisis on high growth innovative businesses? What is the role of technology in this global crisis? How will it impact transactions, financings and valuations?

During this webinar, we shared our views on the situation and raised questions about the various potential impacts of these unprecedented times on technology transactions.

We had the great pleasure to host Eric HippeauManaging Partner of the NYC VC fund Lerer Hippeau Ventures (previously CEO of Huffington Post and Managing Partner at Softbank Capital) as well as Greg Coleman, Executive-in-Residence at Lerer Hippeau Ventures and a Board Advisor at Clipperton.

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About Eric Hippeau
Eric Hippeau is a Managing Partner at Lerer Hippeau. Previously, Eric was the CEO of The Huffington Post, in which he had invested as a Managing Partner at Softbank Capital. Eric has also served as Chairman and CEO of Ziff-Davis, former top publisher of computer magazines. Eric sits on the board of BuzzFeed, a portfolio company, and Marriott International.

About Greg Coleman
Greg Coleman brings with him more than 40 years of experience in advertising and media, spanning executive roles at Yahoo, The Huffington Post, Criteo, and BuzzFeed, where he most recently served as President. He is currently Executive-in-Residence at Lerer Hippeau Ventures and sits at our Advisory Board.

About Clipperton
Clipperton is a European independent corporate finance advisory firm exclusively dedicated to the Technology space, advising high growth companies on M&A transactions, debt financings and equity offerings. With offices in London, Berlin, Munich and Paris and an international reach, Clipperton is a European leader in Technology financial advisory. Over the past 17 years, the team has successfully completed more than 300 high profile transactions globally.