The 1st Annual Southeast Venture Conference Announced

TechJournal South announced plans for the first Southeast Venture Conference (SEVC) to be held January 31-February 1. This exclusive gathering will showcase the best young companies in the southeast region and will offer unmatched exposure to the region's top Venture Capitalists and private equity investors. The event will be held at the new Umstead Hotel and Spa in Cary, N.C. providing an unparalleled business experience for the southeast venture community.

The SEVC is the opportunity for investors to find the most promising emerging and growth companies and for pioneering entrepreneurs to make the connections that empower their companies to become tomorrow's business leaders.

The southeast brought in over $2 billion in venture capital deals and investment during 2005. Additionally, there is over $10 billion in research each year at the university level. These factors contribute to the thriving emerging technology community in the southeast. The region encompasses established technology hotbeds such as Northern Virginia, North Carolina's Research Triangle Park, Atlanta, and South Florida, in addition to new emerging high-growth technology areas throughout the southeast. The SEVC will strive to help support the entrepreneurial activity and innovation while understanding the importance of capital to these firms and economic growth in the southeast.

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