Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 7:30:00 PM Online Event On your computer, Kansas City, MO

U.S. Veterans and active service members are building some of the world's fastest growing companies, and on this live, "Online Demo Day", you can watch top up-and-coming veteran founders pitch to top Silicon Valley investors. 

-- THIS IS A LIVE, ONLINE EVENT. RSVP AT http://bit.ly/veterandemoday -- 

This event will be hosted by Ryan Micheletti (Co-Founder of the Vet-Tech Accelerator), and our special investor guests include Christine Herron (Director at Intel Capital and Co-Lead, Intel Capital Diversity Fund) and Larsen Jensen (Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, Navy Seal). 

The five companies selected to pitch include: 

1. Candl (http://candl.com/): Candl is developing the world's first carrier store app to help mobile data users choose and use wireless plans without having to deal with SIM cards. This Atlanta-based company was founded by Tom Cox, a U.S. Army veteran.

2. OnTarget (http://ontargetcloud.com/): OnTarget is developing data-driven planning and scheduling software for the construction industry that reduces project delay, and risk. This NYC-based company was founded by Eli Borton, a U.S. Marine Corp veteran. 

3. Warrior Centric Health (http://warriorcentrichealth.com/): (WCH)® is developing proprietary data platform solutions to maximize population health outcomes for high risk communities. This Ellicott City, Maryland-based company was founded by Ronald Steptoe, a U.S. Army veteran. 

4. 10XTS (http://10xts.com/): 10XTS is developing a blockchain platform to help young companies without technical knowledge raise investment through the creation of tokens. This Dayton, Ohio-based company was founded by Robert Slater, a U.S. Air Force veteran and active duty Air National Guard. 

5. Prestio (http://prestio.com/): Prestio is developing a one-stop new and used car buying platform to help consumers buy from a dealer without being trapped in the dealership. This Kansas City-based company was founded by Glen Dakan, a U.S. Navy veteran and active duty Reserves Commander. 

Join us for this interactive and educational event to see companies you will be hearing about tomorrow, and learn how top Silicon Valley investors review business pitches. 

-- THIS IS A LIVE, ONLINE EVENT. RSVP AT http://bit.ly/veterandemoday -- 

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This event is hosted in partnership by the Founder Institute, the world's premier idea-stage accelerator and startup launch program; Vet-Tech, an accelerator focused on finding, developing and funding veteran-led startup companies; and The Paradigm Switch, a non-profit focused on developing innovative pathways and financial support to prestigious skills based programs.

Even if you can't make the webinar, everyone who registers for the event will receive an audio & video recording a few hours after the event ends.

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