Southern California Venture Network to Recognize Local Companies At 2009 Emerging Growth Awards

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The awards will recognize companies in Orange County that have $1 - $20 million in yearly revenues and have experienced significant growth over the last 12 months. SCVN is selling tickets at 50% until day of the event.

Orange County has become a hub for innovation and growth and Southern California Venture Network (SCVN) is proud to announce it will recognize local companies that have made major contributions at the 2009 Orange County Emerging Growth Awards.

The awards will recognize companies headquartered in Orange County that have $1 - $20 million in yearly revenues, have experienced significant levels of growth over the last 12 months and that have made positive contributions toward the local economy.

The award ceremony will be held on Sept. 29 from TIME at Code Restaurant Lounge, 2441 Dolphin Striker Way, in Newport Beach. Tickets for the event are now being sold online for $25, 50 percent off from the original cost. Tickets will be $50 , cash only at the door.

SCVN will hold the event in partnership with USC Stevens Institute for Innovation, USC Marshall School of Business Orange County Alumni Association, Chapman University College Extended Education, Chapman University Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics, Harvard Business School Association of Orange County, IEEE Orange County Section and the 7th-Annual System on Chip conference. Sponsors include TechSpace, Faze3 Graphix, Savant Company, Inc., Amplify Interactive and SoCalTech.com.

For more information, please visit http://www.scvnawards.org. For 50% off tickets, please enter the promotional code SCVNPR.

ABOUT SCVN
With over 1,000+ influential members, the Southern California Venture Network (SCVN.org) is Orange County's premier entrepreneur and business growth network. SCVN's mission is to increase the entrepreneurial velocity of both start-up and emerging growth companies through its network of skilled professionals, high-level business contacts, and sources of funding. The goal is to help navigate the many road blocks that often prevent early stage and late stage entrepreneurial companies from reaching their full potential in a timely manner.

As a "venture development" organization, SCVN focuses its efforts on helping those companies with revenues between $1M and $25M and that already have funding in place. It does this by hosting open networking events, invitation-only company presentations, executive educational events, and DealMaker lunches.

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