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Florida Venture Forum calls for early-stage, high-growth companies to present

On May 15, the Florida Venture Forum will host its Sixth Annual Early Stage Conference at the Reunion Resort in Orlando. The Florida Venture Forum is now calling for early-stage, high-growth private companies from the state of Florida to apply to be presenters at the conference.  To date, presenting companies from the Forum's Early Stage Conference have raised over $8 millions.

The principle purpose of the Annual Conference is to showcase about 10-12 companies before a national audience of venture capitalists, angel investors, private equity investors and investment bankers. These entrepreneurial companies should have talented management teams, proprietary technology, high growth potential and should be currently seeking early stage funding.

More information is avaiable here, including a link to the required Executive Summary format (Presenter Application). 

 

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