SOURCE: Southeast Venture Conference

January 19, 2010 10:20 ET

Second Round of Presenting Companies Announced for 2010 Southeast Venture Conference

TYSONS CORNER, VA--(Marketwire - January 19, 2010) - The 2010 Southeast Venture Conference (SEVC) today announced the second round of companies selected to present at the upcoming conference scheduled for February 24-25th at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, Virginia. A total of 60 showcase companies from the southeast and mid-atlantic regions will be presenting to a national venture capital audience representing billions in private equity capital.

Presenting companies represent a variety of technology industries and range from earlier stage standouts to later stage companies having already raised tens of millions of dollars. These showcase companies represent the future of the region's technology economy.

Presenting companies from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Washington DC are all represented at SEVC 2010.

The second round of 2010 SEVC presenting companies include:

AvidXchange - Charlotte, NC
avVenta - Mt. Pleasant, SC
BestThinking - Cary, NC
Blue Ocean Biomedical - Pembroke Pines, FL
CallMiner - Fort Myers, Florida
Columbia Power Technologies - Charlottesville, VA
Creative Allies - Asheville, NC
Deposco - Alpharetta, GA
GetWellNetwork - Bethesda, MD
HitFix - Washington, DC
LinkConnector - Cary, NC
MiserWare - Blacksburg, Virginia
Oversight Systems - Atlanta, GA
Parabon NanoLabs - Reston, VA
Patient Point - Orlando, FL
RivalHealth - Raleigh, NC
Sestar Technologies - Gainesville, FL
Skoodat - Chattanooga, TN
smartRealm - Leesburg, VA
SoloHealth - Duluth, GA
Voices Heard Media - Knoxville, TN
X-Ray Robotics - Research Triangle Park, NC

In addition to showcasing some of the most promising high growth technology firms in the southeast and mid-atlantic regions, the Southeast Venture Conference will feature dozens of prominent speakers such as Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales; Google's Chief Internet Evangelist Vint Cerf, considered by most to be the chief developer of the Internet; and Mark Heesen, the President of the National Venture Capital Association.

The hundreds of attendees converging at the fourth annual SEVC include venture capitalists, high growth company executives, investment bankers and other private equity professionals along with the support community that helps drive them.

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About Southeast Venture Conference 2010

The Southeast Venture Conference, one of the largest venture capital forums on the east coast, takes place February 24-25th at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, Virginia. The mission of the SEVC is to help support the innovation and entrepreneurial activity of emerging high growth technology companies in the greater Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. The 2010 conference features dozens of presenting companies, venture and entrepreneurial oriented panels, keynotes and numerous networking opportunities.