Networking is hard when you’re the only woman in the room. Kayo Conference Series hosts industry events for women investors to create new business leads and connect with industry peers.
why attend a kayo event
Our community creates new business opportunities and new connections in an open and supportive and collaborative environment.
We create events where opportunities to speak, engage and lead aren’t just welcome, they’re encouraged.
CONNECT WITH LEADERS
We make it easy to connect with female business leaders and learn from them in a one-on-one setting.
CHAMPION YOUR PEERS
Explore new deals or simply connect with others. We’ve built a place where women are excited to advocate for each other.
Nothing should stand between you and the career you want to have. We will walk beside you until you get there.
PRIVATE EQUITY SUMMIT
SEPTEMBER 23 – 24 | BOSTON
Join 300 of the nation’s leading women in private equity, venture capital, and M&A including institutional investors, MLPs, company CEOs, lenders, and advisors for a day and a half of networking, deal-making and professional development.
TRICIA B, PRIVATE EQUITY 2018
“I want to compliment you and the team on putting on such a unique and motivating conference. There really isn’t anything else like it, and for that I am grateful.”
KASSI SARIDAKIS, REAL ESTATE 2018
“I really enjoyed the more intimate nature of the conference, as opposed to the larger 1,000+ attendee formats. Met with a lot of inspiring and powerful women. Hope to make it to the next one and will keep an eye out for future events.”
KAYO WOMEN’S PRIVATE EQUITY POP-UP
JULY 23 | WASHINGTON D.C.
D.C. EXHIBIT AND RECEPTION
Female rulers are a rare phenomenon–but thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, women reigned supreme. What was so special about ancient Egypt that provided women access to the highest political office? Join 40 leaders in Private Equity as we tour the Queens of Egypt exhibit at the National Geographic Museum followed by a casual reception.
There are so many questions, and yet a big one is lurking…maternity leave. You need to talk to your team, and you want to do the right thing by your family, your new baby and by yourself, without jeopardizing your career and advancement. What is the best approach? Maybe there is a policy in place. Maybe there is none. Maybe you are even tasked with creating the policy yourself.
Let's join forces. Let's trailblaze together.