Apply Now for BIO 2005 BIO LIFE TECH Venture Capital Conference
Ideal applicants for the Conference are startup and early-stage companies as well as inventors with a proprietary product, specialized service or demonstrable prototype product or service having significant market and venture opportunities.
Companies that have received up to $5 million in institutional venture capital are invited to apply. Up to 20 companies will be selected to present their high-growth entrepreneurial investment opportunities in search of their early rounds of institutional venture capital.
BIO LIFE TECH is the trendsetter in showcasing the most promising young companies in the biotechnology, nanotechnology, life sciences, and pharmaceutical industries.
The 2005 Conference will be held in Baltimore, Maryland on September 13 & 14 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore. The BIO LIFE TECH Venture Conference is hosted in Baltimore as it proves to be a hotbed for activity in these industries. These industries are dominant in the central region of Early Stage East's geographic footprint, which extends from New England to the Carolinas.
Companies that would like to participate in BIO LIFE TECH 2005 are invited to apply at www.biolifetech.org. The deadline to apply is August 5!
Companies that wish to sponsor BIO LIFE TECH 2005 should contact the Early Stage East office as soon as possible at 302-777-2460 or email@example.com, as sponsorships are selling out quickly.
About Early Stage East
Early Stage East (ESE) is a non-profit organization founded in 1998. ESE events showcase entrepreneurs in an effort to help them effectively obtain venture capital and successfully start break-away businesses. ESE events typically have an audience of investors representing over $10 billion of institutional venture capital. Companies that have participated in Early Stage East events have gone on to raise over $600 million in institutional funding. ESE presenter alumni include such companies as Blackboard (NASDAQ:BBBB). Blackboard is a leading enterprise software company for e-Education and was a presenter at the first Early Stage East Conference in 1998.