Do you need assistance exploring and advancing a high potential business opportunity?
Denny DeLeo, the co-founder of the Trillium Group will visit three times over the next six months to provide one on one 30 minute meetings, in the Innovation Center Building 87, room 1100, from 9am to 12:30pm about advancing high potential business concepts. The available meetings will take place on Nov 30, Dec 14, and Jan 25.
If you wish to meet with Denny one-on-one for a 30 minute introductory meeting, please contact Dana Pelliccia (firstname.lastname@example.org), providing your name, phone number, email address, if you have a business concept, business plan, or a prototype.
Appointments are provided on a first come, first serve basis.
About Dennis M. DeLeo
Senior Partner: Trillium Group, LLC
At Eastman Kodak Denny held positions of increasing responsibility. Initially, he was a member of the legal division, practicing primarily patent law. Later, as a Kodak Vice President and Director, Corporate Commercial Affairs, he managed a corporate staff responsible for corporate aspects of a wide range of technology-based transactions, including, licensing, business partnerships and acquisition and divestiture of technology, products and businesses.
DeLeo also held Kodak operating management positions as Vice President and General Manager of the Bioscience and Emerging Businesses Division and Vice President, General Manager of the Image Acquisition Products Division. The latter made and sold CCD image sensors, digital camera and image scanners. He also served as President and CEO of Eastman Technology, Inc., a Kodak subsidiary formed to launch businesses based on leading-edge technologies. As chief executive, he had overall profit-and-loss accountability and managed a portfolio of more than a dozen new ventures ranging from under $1 million to over $50 million in annual revenue.
In 1997, DeLeo co-founded Trillium Group, LLC, a regional venture capital and private equity firm based in Rochester, New York. He is the fund manager of the Monroe Fund, an early stage venture capital fund within the Trillium Group fund family.
He holds a B. A. from the University of Rochester, a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and completed the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business. He is a former member of the Patent Policy Board of the State University of New York and a former Vice Chairman of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Board. He is a Board member of the Upstate Venture Association of New York and sits on a number of private company boards, including companies in the Trillium Group portfolio and companies unaffiliated with Trillium Group.
Trillium Group, LLC
1221 Pittsford Victor Road
Pittsford, New York 14534