‘OneMedForumNY 2013’ Announces Presenting Companies

‘OneMedForumNY 2013’ Announces Presenting Companies

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has announced the initial list of presenting companies for the upcoming OneMedForumNY 2013, June 26-27, at the in New York City. More than 40 private and public emerging growth companies will present along two tracks. The public company track will be “live!”-webcasted, beginning at 8:20 a.m. EDT on June 27. Private company presentations will follow panels devoted to new financing channels and maximizing investment returns.

The companies participating in OneMedForumNY 2013 are (symbol indicates public) (note: this list is subject to change):

Public company presentations will be webcasted at , running from 8:20 a.m. EDT to 4:00 p.m. Following the conference, company presentations will be archived and available to attendees and members of OneMedPlace.

The event begins at 4:00 p.m. EDT on June 26 with a special panel exploring investor illiquidity, followed by an opening cocktail reception that evening. Registration opens at 3:00 p.m. EDT on June 26, and 7:00 a.m. EDT on June 27. An initial schedule and full agenda of programming can be found at the website.

OneMedForumNY 2013 expects a diverse attendee base of investors, academics, scientists, and healthcare company executives. Investors include venture capital, private equity, high net worth individuals, angel investors and early stage incubators, family offices, hedge funds, broker/dealers, and more.

today, as space is limited.

OneMedPlace would like to thank the following companies for their sponsorship: Advamed; AdvaMed2014; Aptiv Solutions; BDO USA; BioWorld; Crystal Research; Datatrak; EisnerAmper; Maxim Group; MedCap Advisors; Medmarc; MPR Associates; North Capital; Ronald Trahan Associates; Reed Elsevier; Reed Smith; StockVest Quarterly; Tiberend Strategic Advisors; and Torreya Partners.

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