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ZINO Society, ZZIF Companies Announced

Thu, 09/01/2011 - 12:38am
Bio-Medicine.Org

SEATTLE, Aug. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ZINO Society's 6th Annual ZINO Zillionaire Investment Forum (ZZIF), September 13, 2011, 8am-4pm at the Museum of History & Industry, Seattle.

ZINO Zillionaire Investment Forum will showcase 35+ entrepreneurs from seed, early-stage and expansion companies in the areas of technology, gaming, medical devices, hospitality, web services, mobile, and consumer products /services.  By the end of the day, six Fund Finalists will be selected by Fund Investors from a field of 25, 5-minute presenting companies. Following a period of due diligence, $150,000 will be awarded to two fund finalists from the ZINO Society Angel Fund, in $75,000 increments.5-Minute Presenting Companies eligible for ZINO Society Angel Fund Include:9SlidesbLoyalBeDynamicBizmoteBundled.comCadence BiomedicalCandidateCheckDiagnosTip Medical Technologies, Inc.Emergent DetectionGeedraGreenbridge International, LLCHidden Path Entertainment, Inc.IASPro Inc.Lacuna Systems Inc.PetHub, Inc.Prosperity Organic Foods, Inc.PuralyticsRecargaX, Inc.RIGABAMBU LLCScaylTeam Photogenic Northwest Inc.Unicorn BootyValant Medical Solutions, Inc.Von Piglet ProductionsYour Local MarketCathi Hatch, ZINO Society Founder and CEO said, "ZINO Society is a society of investors, entrepreneurs and connectors and ZINO Zillionaire Investment Forum is a catalyst for building businesses, creating wealth and fueling our local economy."

In addition to entrepreneurial presentations, angel investors, VCs, business leaders and entrepreneurs will be featured on three separate panels.  

Panelists include:-Gregg Bennett, Angel Investor-Mark Castelin, Director, Sr. Investment Advisor, Harris myCFO-Andy Dale, Managing Partner, Montlake Capital-Kurt Dammeier, Founder, Sugar Mountain Capital-Tom Douglas, Founder, Chef, Restaurateur, Tom Douglas-Greg Duff, Partner, Cairncross & Hempelmann-Brad Harlow, Angel Investor, CEO

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