Southeast Venture Conference evolves: Fusion set for June
Research Triangle Park, N.C. — Triangle-based Tech Media is relaunching the Southeast Venture Conference in June under a new name (Fusion) and with a new format. But startups and venture capital will still be a highlight.
Long a staple of the southeast tech scene which moves annually to different venues, the SEVC event has been a big draw with a two-day program that is packed with high-profile speakers as well as presentations for startups and emerging entrepreneurial companies.
Fusion will be a bit different, Tech Media promises.
A new point of emphasis will be "trends in the digital ecosystem," according to an email update.
"We've taken the best historical pieces from the conference - a great audience profile, awesome growth-stage companies and a tremendous network of investors - and re-launched as the Fusion Conference," Tech Media says.
"Fusion will take over where SEVC left off while incorporating more on digital trends and a focus on Software, MarTech, Ecommerce, New Media, Mobile, Cloud and Data."
The event is set for June 7-8 in Washington, D.C.
Promised highlights include:
- "Top growth-stage presenting companies representing the future of the digital economy
- "Venture & Startup market-relevant panel discussions on trends, strategies and the macro-environment
- "New this year - Sessions on trends in the digital ecosystem. What technologies are helping companies scale faster? What's driving advanced acquisition & conversion?
- "A phenomenal networking environment and hallway track to connect with entrepreneurs & investors"
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