TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- K Alliance has been invited to demonstrate its products and computer training videos at the Florida Technology Journal's annual TechVenture 2010 conference, which takes place in early December. Technology companies featured at TechVenture 2010 have been selected only after meeting strict criteria that includes: maintaining a Florida headquarters, being privately owned, employing 1-50 employees, having annual revenues of up to $50 million, and offering proprietary technologies that have been commercialized.
According to the publisher of Florida Technology Journal, David Glass, "Those selected will have the opportunity to not only showcase their technology at TechVenture but also will connect with some of Florida's most influential decision-makers." In fact, the annual conference attracts investors and industry influencers interested in growing technology industries such as alternative energy, information technology, wireless technology, cleantech, medical devices, cloud computing, digital media, computer training videos, software, and web applications.
"We're excited to be involved in this year's conference," Hugh Nguyen, K Alliance's VP of Operations says. "TechVenture is known for being more than your ordinary technology conference because it showcases the most innovative companies in the region. We plan on demonstrating the latest innovations in training including web-based training solutions."
Sponsored by the University of Central Florida, Vantage Communications, Atlantic.net, TriNet, and other organizations, TechVenture provides innovative, high-tech Florida companies with networking opportunities, connecting them with sources of capital such as with corporate buyers, entrepreneurs, incubators, and university researchers. TechVenture 2010 takes place at the Sonesta Orlando Downtown Hotel on December 2-3, 2010.
Complete information on TechVenture 2010 can be found at: http://www.floridatechnologyjournal.com/tech-venture-2010
About K Alliance:
K Alliance, an innovative provider of e-learning solutions to customers such as AT&T, Revlon, the U.S. Air Force, FedEx, and IBM, is headquartered in Tampa, Florida. K Alliance develops computer-based courseware covering: desktop computer training, IT training, IT certification training, and corporate employee training. Blending instructor-led training videos, hands-on simulations, and a variety of computer technologies has allowed K Alliance to deliver expert instruction directly to the desktops of trainees from companies of all sizes.
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