CENTENNIAL, CO--(Marketwire - Mar 5, 2013) - Mark Geene, CEO of Cloud application integrator Cloud Elements, will be among 20 featured presenters at the Venture Capital In The Rockies (VCIR) 30th annual winter conference taking place March 5-7 at the Beaver Creek Hyatt in Beaver Creek, CO.
VCIR Winter showcases the Rocky Mountain region's most promising emerging growth companies for an audience of more than 300 venture investors, CEOs, entrepreneurs and service professionals. VCIR Winter is not just about finding new companies -- it is about connecting co-investors, entrepreneurs and service providers, who together make the rocky mountain region an excellent location for investing in and running companies.
Cloud Elements was selected from a pool of 90 applicants of early stage ventures. One of the members of the selection committee had this to say about the company. "Cloud Elements makes it easier for high growth companies to do more with less," said Chris Onan, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Galvanize. "I'm a huge fan of a solution like this!"
When: Wednesday, March 6th
Where: Beaver Creek Hyatt, Beaver Creek, CO
"VCIR is an ideal venue for sharing innovation ideas and inspiring investment," said Mark Geene, CEO, Cloud Elements. "Being selected to speak at this prestigious event confirms Cloud Elements' thought leadership position in a hot emerging market. We are truly honored."
About Cloud Elements
Cloud Elements provides pre-built integrations into leading cloud services that help application developers eliminate weeks or months of development time by automating the selection, provisioning, monitoring and maintenance of cloud platform connections. Cloud Elements' clients spend more time building unique business functionality and less time integrating common services. As a result, they reach the market faster and more cost effectively. Cloud Elements is privately-held and headquartered in Centennial, CO. More information can be found at www.cloud-elements.com.
Venture Capital in the Rockies (VCIR) is the region's oldest and best-attended venture capital conference and will hold its 30th annual VCIR Winter edition in Beaver Creek, Colorado in 2013. Along with the annual VCIR Fall conference, the two VCIR conferences encompass the premier venture investing conferences in the Rocky Mountain region and among the most respected venture conferences in the country. Creating a dynamic marketplace for ideas and investment, each year both editions of VCIR invite 35 to 40 companies seeking investment to present to panels of venture investors, as well as an audience of other entrepreneurs, CEOs and professionals servicing the venture community. More information can be found at www.vcirwinter.com or www.vcirfall.com.