15 South Florida companies will present at the Florida Venture Capital Conference in Miami and they are ….

Today, the Florida Venture Forum, the state’s largest support organization for investors and entrepreneurs, today announced the companies selected to present at its 2023 Florida Venture Capital Conference, being held February 8-9, 2023, in Miami.

This year, 30 presenting companies were chosen from a pool of nearly 200 applications by a committee of active venture investors and other professionals from the Forum’s membership. Half of the presenters are from South Florida. These companies join a cohort of 2000+ companies that have participated in Forum events since the organization’s founding in 1984. Forum alumni companies have gone on to raise over $16 billion in equity capital and contribute billions of dollars to Florida’s economy, the Forum reports.

“The 2023 conference is already a record-breaker across many metrics, including overall registration, investor registration, and out-of-state registration. We’re excited to shine a spotlight on these presenters – and all the amazing innovation taking place in Florida,” said Florida Venture Forum CEO Kevin Burgoyne.

Here are the 15 presenting companies from South Florida (information supplied by Florida Venture Forum):

Carbon Limit, (www.carbonlimit.com), Boca Raton: An innovative Climate Tech company that creates and brings to the market solutions to CO2 pollution in order to protect, heal, & improve the environment and our lives. 

CAST AI, (www.cast.ai), Miami: The company shows how much you spend on the cloud, and then we reduce it. Automatically. In Minutes. For any cloud-native application. One any cloud provider: AWS, Google, and Azure. With instant ROI.

Cognistx, (www.cognistx.com), Fort Lauderdale: The company is based in Pittsburgh, with teams in Miami, Seattle, Lima & Peru. They are an applied AI company, building Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics systems.

Credsy, (www.credsy.com), Hollywood: The company is a healthcare provider licensing and credentialing platform that allows healthcare companies to manage their provider network, apply for new and maintain their existing licenses and credentials.

Digibee, (www.digibee.com), Weston: The company’s platform has hundreds of connectors ready for different technologies, such as API, Web Services, RPAs, ERPs, Webhooks, databases, files, messages, etc. These connectors are tailored by Digibee to meet the specifics of each application, exposing only the necessary data and using business definitions. If a connector does not yet exist for reuse, Digibee has two specialized development teams organized in tracks to create connectors for the most diverse and specific systems or technologies. The company’s approach is to provide an easy-to-use, do-it yourself solution. Digibee is present at its client onboarding, and then the client has the freedom to leverage the platform on their own.

EVQLV, (www.evqlv.com), Surfside: The company leverage advances in computation to revolutionize the discovery and design of therapeutic antibodies for biopharma.

FloSpine, (www.flospine.com), Fort Lauderdale: The company has developed a new solution to treat back pain, the KeyLift™. The KeyLift™ is implanted and expands to release nerves that are under pressure due to aging or injury. This condition is known as lumbar spinal stenosis and they believe that they have a new solution to treat it. The company has 6 US patents, and 4 Patent Applications (2 International), they are in review with the FDAand in prototyping stages for the development of the latest solution for back pain: KeyLift™. FloSpine® is registered as a Medical Device Manufacturer with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Freebee, (www.ridefreebee.com), Miami: The company provides free, on-demand, 100% electric transportation as part of the public transit network of many Municipalities, College/University’s, and private entities such as Corporate Parks and Hotel/Resorts.

Greener Process Systems, (www.greenerprocess.com), Boca Raton: The company offers a first of its kind scalable solution to the global emission problem, helping both the transportation and industrial sectors in tackling this problem. Their technology is cost effective, is good for the economy, good for people’s health and good for the environment.

HealthSnap, (www.HealthSnap.io), Miami: the company is an integrated Virtual Care Platform that helps healthcare organizations improve patient outcomes, reduce utilization, and diversify revenue streams. From chronic disease-agnostic Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) to AIguided care coordination, Chronic Condition Management (CCM), patented billing reports, population analytics – and so much more – HealthSnap is the simplest way to manage chronic conditions remotely.

Itopia, (www.itopia.com), Miami: The company is transforming what it means to learn and work from anywhere. Their solutions are technology breakthroughs at exactly the right time. Itopia makes hybrid work and learning easy, flexible, and secure by i) streaming graphics and compute intensive applications from the cloud to a web browser, ii) dynamically scaling cloud infrastructure to deliver apps and data in the most simple, secure and cost-effective way and enabling secure access without heavy engineering.

Overproof, (www.overproof.com), Miami: The company is the most powerful platform for alcohol brands. Their innovative solutions help brands leverage predictive market intelligence, access account-level insights, and identify microtrends to build business success.

Referrizer LLC, (www. referrizer.com), Coral Springs: the company helps franchises make more money with easy and affordable marketing. They offer end-to-end solution that includes software (primary) and Service (secondary). The company solves one of the biggest challenges that franchises have. Complexity of so many tools and cost associated with it. Their solution brings simplicity, results at affordable price.

The Bridge Social, (www.thebridge.social), Miami: The company connects the best tech professionals from LATAM to international opportunities via our platform. They specialize in UX/UI, software engineering, data scientists, etc, and all things digital. This platform combines a database of 300k candidates with testing, screening and market tools to get the best candidates. 

Xenesis, (www.xenesis.io), Miami. The company utilizes laser communications technology which they employ in space, to interlink satellites in low earth orbit, to provide a backbone architecture for data centers, telcos, governments and enterprise customers.

Information on the other presenters and details on the conference can be founds here.


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