Relationship Science Partners with TEDxWallStreet, Providing Attendees Access to Acclaimed RelSci Platform
Science (RelSci), the ultimate tool for business development for
professionals and dealmakers, announces a partnership with TEDxWallStreet,
providing conference attendees free access to RelSci’s acclaimed
business development platform to find fast, actionable, and relevant
knowledge about how their business relationships intersect with others
at the conference. This proprietary, in-depth research tool will
facilitate business development among conference attendees.
The RelSci platform provides research-driven profiles on over 2.5
million top decision-makers and over one million organizations across
the public, private, finance, and nonprofit sectors. Clients use RelSci
to gain a deeper understanding of the people and organizations they want
to do business with, leverage existing relationships that can provide
warm introductions, and identify commonalities with other professionals
that make every interaction a warm one.
“Conferences are potentially gold mines of opportunity for cultivating
new business relationships, but who you meet has been largely dependent
on who you randomly bump into,” said Neal Goldman, CEO and founder of
RelSci. “Using RelSci to identify key potential partners and map out
common relationships and interests before and after attending
conferences makes an enormous difference for my own business
development. I’m so pleased to begin offering this tool to conference
attendees at TEDxWallStreet.”
TEDxWallStreet 2013 is a half-day, not-for-profit event that will take
place at the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, October 30, 2013.
This year’s theme, “Filling the Void,” has attracted a
slate of bright and often unconventional thinkers from finance,
business, technology, entertainment, social justice and the arts, who
are set to speak passionately about local, global, social, and economic
voids and how to fill them. Among the speakers at the conference are
George Whitesides (CEO of Virgin Galactic), Bob Woodruff (American TV
Journalist), Mary Ellen Iskenderian (CEO of Women’s World Banking),
Brian David Johnson (Futurist at Intel and Author), Lynne Twist (Global
Visionary and Founder, Soul of Money Institute), to name a few.
RelSci clients include acclaimed institutions working in the following
sectors: Investment Banking, Wealth Management, Private Equity,
Corporate, Hedge Fund, Professional Services, Creative Services,
Nonprofit, and Law.
RelSci is funded with approximately $90 million from prominent
individuals and institutions including Henry Kravis, Kenneth
Langone, Stanley Druckenmiller, MacAndrews & Forbes, C.V. Starr, Hearst
Corporation, Ron Burkle, Barry Sternlicht, RIT Capital Partners, Andrew
Tisch, Joseph Perella, Harvey Golub, Reuben Jeffery, David Komansky
(Former Chairman and CEO of Merrill Lynch), Randy Lerner (Former
Chairman of MBNA), Stephen Luczo (Chairman and CEO of Seagate), William
Rudin, and salesforce.com. The founder of Relationship Science is Neal
Goldman, founder of Capital IQ, the financial database service that is
used by many Wall Street firms. Mr. Goldman sold Capital IQ to
McGraw-Hill in 2004.
ABOUT RELATIONSHIP SCIENCE
The Relationship Science (RelSci) platform contains robust profiles on
over 2.5 million important decision-makers and the one million
organizations they work with across the public, private, finance, and
nonprofit sectors. Access to RelSci provides individuals and
organizations with the tools to map and build relationships with new
clients, potential investors, strategic partners, and other important
RelSci provide two simple things:
Insights and ideas on how to best leverage meaningful relationships –
both yours and your organization's
Research-grade intelligence on the people you do and want to do
business with so every interaction is a warm one
RelSci unlocks the potential and unleashes the power of professional
relationships for individuals and institutions.
Created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading,” TEDxWallStreet
is a local, independently organized TED event created as a part of the
TEDx program. At the event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will
combine to spark deep discussion and connection among attendees from
Wall Street’s leadership. Videos of the talks are available post
conference for online viewing.
See the growing list of TEDxWallStreet 2013 speakers here.
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