Join Betty Liu and Matt Blank, Chairman of Showtime Networks, for dinner and cocktails with a select group of close friends and colleagues.
To start the special evening Betty will lead a discussion with Matt that will be recorded for her podcast, Radiate. During this conversation, she will pepper Matt with questions about his long career in cable television - how has he thrived in such a competitive environment for so long? How has he adapted to changing viewer tastes and how did he create the "Showtime" experience? What were some of his mistakes and what did he learn from them? What advice would he give aspiring content creators and what does he think about the future of TV viewing? Matt will answer all of these questions from Betty and ...
Please join Jim Herbert II, the CEO and Founder of First Republic Bank, and Ian Sigalow, Co-Founder & Partner of Greycroft Partners, as they pull together a group of leaders from some of the companies that make the Silicon Alley tick. The purpose of this Voray is to take stock of these last few years and what lessons have been learned, while also discussing what the future holds.
We look forward to building new relationships and strengthening existing ones.
Influence is one of the most important and sought after opportunities in the marketing world today. Brands, Agencies, Publishers, Celebrities, & Platforms are all trying to leverage influence/influencers to drive their business. With technology now enabling everyone to drive influence, how will the worlds oldest marketing form, word-of-mouth, evolve in the future.
The Democratization of Influence dinner series aims to share new ways of thinking, build strong partnerships, and define new strategies that will address key industry challenges while driving business forward in an ever-changing marketplace.
This month's discussion will be led by Evan Kraut from GREY AdVentures. In usual Voray fashion, it will be a fun couple of hours ...
Healthcare is a huge industry and marketplace, but what’s its impact in the world?
It provides profits and jobs for some people, and cures or at least care for others. But should its revenues really be added to our GDP, or is it a necessary antidote that ideally could be replaced by the cultivation of health rather than the chase to recover it?
That’s clearly the direction the Affordable Care Act is pointing to. How can the healthcare industry respond and transform itself in response? Can new technology, which tracks disease and patients, also track health and motivate individuals to invest in it? Can pharma realize the beyond-the-pill vision of keeping people healthy with pills plus tech-mediated engagement? Will society tax sugar to ...
I am delighted to invite you to my first Voray, an intimate gathering at my residence of friends and colleagues for whom I have deep respect.
This will be a welcomed opportunity for a select group of family offices to network and chat about their objectives for 2016 and beyond. As we navigate through these uncertain times, I find it useful to share our collective learnings with one another. During our dinner, I would encourage everyone to think about a few key lessons learned so far this year and be prepared to share it with the group. It does not have to be earth shattering, just something meaningful that you would like to share. The goal is for each of us to leave the dinner with a few pearls of wisdom collected from some of the ...
A selective group of fiercely talented women representing a cross section of leadership within private equity, banking, venture capital, and long / short investing, this Voray will focus on lessons learned during our own careers and how we can pass on failures and successes to the next generation of female executives. This dinner will be a great opportunity to network with colleagues and strengthen relationships with new ones.
Join Brian Zang and David Greenberger the Building the Sales Machine team as they host a selected gathering of senior sales professionals for some networking, drinking, and dinner. During this Voray, we will discuss best practices, lessons learned, and key challenges experienced while building the sales machine. So bring some stories, some asks, and your liver.
Come join a small group of company execs and investors to chat about the NYC market in 2016 and beyond.
Are we the only ones who feel like it's somewhat business as usual in NYC? With the exception of multiples coming down a bit, it seems like private investing fundamentals have not substantially changed -- even at the earliest stages. Good companies are still attracting venture funding or have raised enough to get through a down turn. Early stage businesses that are interesting and growing -- well, they are still interesting and are still growing and getting funded.
On the other hand, if you have visited the West Coast recently, there seems to be a bit of doom and gloom on Sand Hill Road. On a recent trip, it was quite surprising to us ...
Hosted by Caryn Effron, Angela Lee and Claudia Iannazzo, this intimate dinner brings together a fiercely talented group of leaders committed to pushing the boundaries of what is possible within their industries and communities. Our conversation will focus on what it takes to inspire a wave of change in the way we empower women to reach across industries, generations, and geographies in changing the status quo at scale.
I've been working with CTOs for more than 20 years. Over the years, I've seen distinct habits weave a thread among the most successful of the bunch. Let's get together and talk about what we think it takes to be an effective CTO, and learn from each other's successes and failure.
We organize small gatherings of very curated groups at intimate Venues. Our gatherings are always powered by partners who are extremely relevant to the attendees. Their goals are the same—to build authentic relationships and grow professionally while powering and funding this important network. If you would like to host a Voray, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Voray is a great way to put influential friends together for what is consistently an amazing networking dinner. I've hosted and been to several events and they're all top-notch and get rave reviews. Setting up the events could not be easier - really white glove experience. I have no problem trusting my network with Voray and their sponsors and can’t wait to host my next one.
I’ve always loved bringing my network together - and had countless ideas for bringing groups of people together for a dinner that always stayed ideas. Until Voray. The platform made is so easy for me to bring compelling friends and peers together for what is consistently an amazing networking dinner. Best of all, the Voray sponsor only enhanced the evening as it felt in context, not to mention the ability for all attendees to benefit from their generosity. I hadn’t left the room from my first Voray before I was suggesting my next two. Really appreciate the concierge like service - and even the amazing new people they introduced from their community to my event.
For attorneys at large firms, it can be challenging to find the time for business development while also servicing existing clients. Voray helps us build authentic relationships with new clients while at the same time strengthen long-standing ones. What would have taken months, now happens in one evening. Voray is always a cost-effective way to generate new business.
Voray has proven to be an extremely compelling solution for quickly developing meaningful relationships with those who are most important to our business. Like any multi-billion dollar company we develop detailed multi-channel marketing and business development plans on a cyclical basis. Discipline and precision are a must and ROI is top of mind. Voray’s approach reduces months of relationship building to hours and it occurs in a way that is truly enjoyable for everyone involved. The ROI is very attractive plus the folks at Voray are always a pleasure to partner with.
Voray provides us a turn key solution to get access to the leaders of our industry - many of which are normally difficult to tie down in one setting let alone get their time and attention. This has led to significant new business. We've built some amazing relationships as a result of Voray and so far the measurable direct return on each one is no less than 50x the investment. The indirect return is immeasurable and endless given the new authentic relationships we have made so far. Voray is an absolute no-brainer business development tool for most any company.
Our business is about establishing meaningful relationships and building partnerships with our clients for the long term. Voray is a perfect channel for our business development initiatives because we get to meet people we can create real value for. The dinners are intimate and allow us to generate authentic and new relationships. Plus, the attendees are always excited to hear what we have to say -- not to mention the dinners are consistently formatted and a lot of fun. They always work well and are pretty inexpensive given the return.
The founder of one of NYCs largest SaaS businesses, David now enjoys helping professionals build new authentic relationships through advocacy and networking. He loves helping entreprenuers by sharing his lessons of failing forward.
Chairman and Co-Founder of GLG, Mark has paved the way for thousands of professionals to create value for each other by connecting them to share expertise and experiences.
Head of direct investments for Prudence, Gavin is on the board of Blockchain and a number of other industry leading businesses.