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Enterprise Development Corporation Unveils Presenting Companies for Their 13th Annual Emerging Technology Business Showcase

The Enterprise Development Corporation of South Florida (EDC), a nonprofit organization specializing in providing strategic business development services to emerging science and technology companies, announced that is among the fourteen finalists that will have the opportunity to do a 3-minute on-stage presentation at their 13th Annual Emerging Technology Business Showcase (ETBS). ETBS is South Florida’s annual premier event for science and technology startups where the investment community convenes to preview South Florida’s most promising young companies in the region. Participants include first and second stage entrepreneurs, business leaders, educators, investors and service providers. This year’s theme is “Growing Our Entrepreneurial Ecosystem”, and it is EDC’s first time partnering with the Florida Economic Gardening Institute, a nonprofit organization that provides technical assistance for second stage growth companies.

“Each year we look forward to hearing from companies that are representing technologies and solutions with the potential to change the global economy,” said Jane, Teague, EDC Executive Director. “From alternative energy to discovering new forms of transportation and aerospace, ETBS is a great opportunity to learn and network.”

EDC’s 13th Annual Emerging Technology Business Conference will be held at the Deerfield Beach Hilton on November 12, 2010 at 10am.

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About Enterprise Development Corporation:
Founded in 1994 as a non profit, public/private partnership, EDC provides assistance to emerging science and technology companies throughout South Florida. Through its mentoring program, EDC offers expertise in new product development and commercialization, business strategy development and execution, technology transfer, strategic alliances, and preparing for fundraising. EDC also manages the Technology Business Incubator located in the Florida Atlantic University Research & Development Park, and Incubate Miami in downtown Miami. Additionally, EDC manages operations for New World Angels, Florida's premier structured angel investment organization, as well as the Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research, and produces two major conferences each year in support of South Florida's emerging science and technology sector. EDC's overall economic impact in the region is in excess of $350 million. For more information visit

About is a privately held company. It is funded by active construction titans that saw the value in creating a better way to promote and prequalify companies throughout the commercial construction and design industry.

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