MCLEAN, Va.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA) will feature thought leaders and companies as speakers and presenters from the key tech sectors of digital media/entertainment, education, and cybersecurity at Capital Connection ‘10TM, May 19-20 in Baltimore, MD.
“Later stage and early-through-expansion stage companies from across the United States representing all these sectors will also be showcased at Capital Connection ‘10.”
The initial slate of speakers includes John Eck, President, NBC Network and Media Works; Ron Packard, CEO, K12 Inc.; Scott Ferber, CEO, TidalTV; Martin Nisenholtz, Senior Vice President, The New York Times; and Kristin Lovejoy, Vice President, Security Strategy, IBM.
“These speakers will be joined by key industry, investment, and government leaders from alternative energy, health services/IT, and software/IT,” said Julia Spicer, MAVA’s executive director. “Later stage and early-through-expansion stage companies from across the United States representing all these sectors will also be showcased at Capital Connection ‘10.”
“The program agenda complements the business focus of the conference, which is to create opportunities on multiple levels for those who attend. With an audience of more than 800 investors, company executives, entrepreneurs, advisors, and government decision-makers, there will be many opportunities for them to conduct business, create new partnerships, and attract new investments,” said Spicer.
The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association represents the full spectrum of capital sources, entrepreneurs, and their strategic partners. MAVA provides a wide range of programs, information and forums designed to stimulate company growth, facilitate quality deal flow, encourage collaboration, and foster relationships between entrepreneurs, investors, strategic partners and customers. For more information, please visit www.mava.org.