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Applications Open For CED Technology Conference

By Ryan Haar, posted Jun 30, 2017
Company applications for the CED Tech Venture Conference for 2017 are now open.

The event will be held in Raleigh Sept. 19-20. The annual conference spotlights emerging companies in the region, from early startups to growth stage to established businesses, organizers said.

In recent years Wilmington businesses have showcased their technology at the conference as well as pitched to potential investors.

CED’s website states that organizers are looking for “Companies developing a product or technology in one of the following areas: AdTech, Advanced Manufacturing/Materials, AgTech, Artificial Intelligence, Automation/Machine Learning, BI/Analytics, Consumer Product, Clean Tech, Cloud/Storage, Digital Health, Ecommerce, EdTech, Energy, FinTech, Gaming, Hardware, HR Tech, Infrastructure, Internet of Things (IoT), Marketing Tech, Mobile, Shared Economy, Security, Social, Virtual Reality, Wearables, or other Tech-enabled Service.”

For more information about the applications, go to cednc.org/TVC.
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