ATLANTA, GA – The Atlanta CEO Council, an exclusive organization of approximately 1000 C-Level and senior executives throughout the Southeast, will launch its ION Venture Forum Oct. 17-18 at the Buckhead Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta.
The event—now in its 5th year—brings some of Georgia and the Southeast’s most successful emerging tech companies together with investors from across the nation.
Companies selected by the Council to present at the forum will represent both early and late stage, as well as a variety of industries, such as IT, telecommunications, hardware, and more. Past presenters have raised over $250 million in venture capital.
“The ION Venture Forum builds upon our previous success of the Georgia Venture Showcase to create a true destination event for the country’s top investors,” said Ashish Mistry, president of the Atlanta CEO Council. “By expanding the event across two days, the Atlanta CEO Council is committed to delivering the South’s best venture forum and the most promising emerging-growth technology companies.”
The ION Venture Forum will feature keynote speakers, an invitation-only dinner, presentations from university researchers, and presentations from the some of the most successful companies throughout Georgia.
Companies interested in applying to present at the event may submit an application online at www.ionventureforum.com.
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