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Feb. 26, 2018 10:30 am

These startups are pitching at MAVA’s Spring TechBUZZ

The companies from around the region and beyond represent fields such as health IT, cybersecurity and blockchain.

Hungry Harvest CEO Evan Lutz speaks in Baltimore. The company is pitching at TechBUZZ.

(Photo by Stephen Babcock)

Eighteen startups will pitch at the Spring TechBUZZ event in D.C. this week. The February 28 event will be held at the FHI 360 Conference Center.

The program, created by the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA) in 2011, attracts early stage technology companies—many from the region—to showcase their ideas in a pitch round that allows them to share their value proposition and demo in less than four minutes.

“In addition to hitting the radars of potential investors, selected companies benefit from increased visibility and industry interest which helps to secure new customers, hire talent, and garner important market mind-share,” said Julia Spicer, Executive Director of MAVA.

The startups at TechBUZZ also gain feedback on their presentations from early stage investors, venture capital groups and former CEOs. Companies who will take the stage were vetted and reviewed by more than twenty investors and advisors, and the startups feature innovations in such fields as cybersecurity, ecommerce and healthcare IT.

Here is a list of the the TechBUZZ presenting companies for Spring 2018 along with their headquarters locations and fields:

Entrepreneurs including UrbanStems CEO Ajay Kori CEO Sparkpost CEO Phillip Merrick will be keynote speakers at the event.

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