SVIF Venture Forum


PRESENTING COMPANIES PITCHING TO INVESTORS

We will feature at least 50 presenting companies from startups and publicly held companies: Presenters will have private meetings with tables setup during the day. Presenters and sponsors can also set up meetings with investors for 20 minute one on one meetings. Companies seeking funding will select a presentation spot ranging from 5 to 30 minutes in a formal setting. Each session will be followed by 30 minutes in a breakout room with demo table for informal questions and answers.

Its easy to present.  Presenting companies select their preference and register on the website for their preferred time period ranging form 5 minutes to 30 minutes.

All presenters or sponsors can arrange one-on-one meetings with investors in the meeting room. This unique feature is a highlight of our events leading to significant investments. The day will end with a large networking cocktail reception.

We will have tracks identified by these categories:
Pre IPO

a. Early Startup Early : Early and mid stage startups seeking seed funding or Series A

b. Midstage or Advanced Startup: Seeking Series A-C, or later stage financing
Post IPO Publicly Held Publc Companies seeking funding for growth and expansion

a. Microcap under 500M in revenue

b. Over 500M in revenue

Presenting tracks will be divided into these categories:

  1. Life Science and Physical Science
    Biotech, Life Science, Devices, Diagnostics, Drug Discovery, Health Care, Health IT, Pharma, Mining, Natural Resources, Energy
  2. Technology
    Internet, software, Ed Tech, hardware, services, mobile, apps, enterprise, telecom, mobile, chips, semiconductors, SaaS, Security, networking.
  3. Non Tech Products and Goods
    Consumer Goods, Products and Services (ie, food and beverage, apparel, home furnishings, hardware, retail, transportation, entertainment and media)

TYPES OF COMPANIES THAT WILL APPLY TO PRESENT:

  • Apparel and consumer goods
  • Biotech, life science, health IT, and drug development
  • Consumer goods and services
  • Educational Technologies
  • Energy, Natural Resources, and Clean Tech
  • Enterprise and business services
  • Financial Services
  • Food products and services
  • Hardware
  • Healthcare and Life Sciences
  • Internet and digital media
  • IP Services
  • Manufacturing, industrial and fabrication
  • Media and entertainment
  • Mobile apps and devices
  • Natural resources and mining
  • Professional services
  • Retail and consumer products
  • Semiconductors, chips, electronics
  • Services
  • Software, IT, Networking. Infrastructure
  • Technology
  • Telecom and Mobile

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