For Immediate Release
Rob Kremer, CO&P
The next big idea in cybersecurity will receive funding to forward the vision
ATLANTA (June 12, 2017) – BHNV Capital, a world-wide investment and management firm, is hosting CyberHub Summit Atlanta on November 8-9, 2017. In conjunction with the conference, BHNV Capital will also hold a Start Up Think-Tank competition for selected organizations. During the competition, up to six cybertechnology companies that have made less than US $750,000 in revenue during the last twelve months and have been in business for three years or less will be selected to present their ideas before a panel of judges.
“The Start Up Think-Tank is a great opportunity for new cybertechnology organizations to get exposure for their solutions to the ever-changing, ever-evolving world of cyber security. Winners of the competition will receive some seed funding to help fulfill their company’s vision,” said James Azar, BHNV Capital Founder & CEO. “The judges at this competition will consist of CEOs and Executives of a variety of companies, said Karin Zalcberg, Co-Founder & CEO of CyberHub Summit” “CyberHub Summit is the perfect platform for startup organizations to engage with industry leaders.”
From the applications submitted, six teams will be chosen to compete and to put up displays about their organizations on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta, GA. Three teams will move to the final round at the Gala and Award ceremony, November 9. Attendees at the Gala event will select the final winners.
BHNV Capital works with new, existing and struggling businesses globally. As hands-on investors, the firm seeks to invest in the business and utilize all available tools to help the business, its founders and team achieve success. They typically supply businesses with capital ranging from $50,000 to $500,000.
For more information or to apply for the competition go to https://cyberhubsummit.com/start-up-think-tank/. There competitors can also find information regarding the conference and updated speakers, as well as an up-to-date agenda.