Focusing on the future of tech and life sciences in North Carolina
Recognizing the innovative potential across the tech and life sciences communities and the need for an environment that supports stronger connections, valuable programming and learning opportunities, The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) has been making an effort to connect regional entrepreneurs with the resources they need to build and launch a successful business over the past 35 years. In partnership with the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and the North Carolina Biosciences Organization, CED will host Venture Connect this March 17-19. The summit is a collaborative effort that brings together the ecosystem, as well as out-of-region supporters interested in entrepreneurial activity in North Carolina.
Connecting more than 135 startups and 200 investors
Venture Connect is a new spin on North Carolina’s premier entrepreneurial company showcase and promises to highlight the talent of the Southeast’s most notable tech and life science companies. Attendees will experience non-stop programming and workshops delivered by the nation’s top talent. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear more than 135 national and local startups live on stage presenting their company goals and innovative technology and network with over 200 investors. Presenting companies will represent the following fields: AI, Augmented Reality, Big Data, Cyber Security, E-Commerce, Smart Devices, Digital Health, Healthy Consumers, Therapeutics, Advanced Diagnostics, Med Device, AgTech and more.
The three-day conference will also include a keynote lunch, networking receptions, one-on-one meeting access, and more.
You do not want to miss this powerhouse event. Grab your tickets here!
Here’s what attendees can expect next month.
Featured image via Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED).