March 22nd NJTC is holding its annual Venture Conference at the Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset, NJ. Exhibiting at NJTC’s Venture Conference is a great way for emerging companies to gain exposure to the investment community. The conference will begin with each company giving their elevator pitch to the Conference Attendees. Exhibiting companies also have an opportunity to make a formal presentation about their products, services and markets as well as an exhibit table to demonstrate and showcase their products and services.
The Venture Conference anticipates attendance of 300 to 400 people including investors, lenders, government finance program managers, accountants, attorneys, corporate business development staff, corporate licensing officers, tech transfer managers, and incubator managers. Gerry DeCuollo, TreadStone Technologies, Inc. said, “The NJTC Venture Conference has been an invaluable forum for TreadStone providing exposure to other small businesses, the venture funding community, angel investors, state government personnel and business support functions. The NJTC Venture Conference is an excellent forum to gain recognition that helps grow and expand your business. This will be our 3rd year exhibiting at the conference.”
On the exhibit floor company representatives have an opportunity to meet with a multitude of professionals through-out the day. This event is ideal for emerging or private companies looking to increase awareness and grow their business. Interested companies should visit www.njtc.org or contact Meredith Meyer, firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and exhibiting opportunities.
About the New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC):
The New Jersey Technology Council provides business support, networking opportunities, information, advocacy and recognition of technology companies and their leaders. Founded in 1996, NJTC’s almost 1,000 member companies work together to support their own enterprises while advancing New Jersey’s status as a leading technology center in the United States. – www.njtc.org