Fifteen startup technology companies will present at the Georgia’s Advance Technology Development Center 2007 CapVenture Program on November 13.

The presenters were selected from more than 100 applicants.

The event includes training a fundraising bootcamp designed to help entrepreneurs at early-stage companies. The executives will then meet angel and venture investors at the ATDC’s forum.

"The selection process was extremely difficult due to the incredible demand for this type of program and the large number of highly qualified applicants," said Cindy Cheatham, the ATDC’s director of business development. She also is the program manager of CapVenture.

"The 15 companies we selected had strong technology and are well-suited to approach the investment community for outside funding,” she added. “At the end of the CapVenture program, each company will have identified the outside capital type most suited to them and will have a higher probability of successful fundraising.’

More than 110 companies have emerged from the ATDC, which was launched in 1980.

Picked to present were:

• Active Compliance
• Bravadosoft
• Flux Media
• Global Crypto Systems
• Grand Central Solutions
• Inquus
• Integris
• Izenda
• Kinnection
• LenderFlex
• Nimbus Software
• Racemi
• ScanTech Sciences
• Secure-Surfer
• SoloHealth

The CapVenture bootcamp will take place over the next several weeks.