Admiral Wins At 10th Annual Florida Venture Early Stage Capital Conference

Admiral Wins At 10th Annual Florida Venture Early Stage Capital Conference

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - This past weekend, Admiral (GetAdmiral.com) joined hundreds of tech start-ups and investors in Orlando, FL, for the 10th Annual Florida Early Stage Capital Conference. The highlight of the event saw Admiral, alongside SiteZeus and Auxadyne, as one of 3 companies awarded the prestigious Accelerating Innovation Award out of a field of 100+ entrants (narrowed down to 22 presenters). Winners were selected by a panel of venture capital investors, and awards included a total of $150,000 in prize money.

"Our field of early stage technology companies was exceptional this year, yet Admiral really stood out," said Pat Schneider, Vice President Florida Venture Forum. "We like companies addressing large, worldwide problems and Admiral's mission is one of the biggest: saving the free internet."

Admiral would like to congratulate its fellow award recipients, and thank the event organizers and award sponsors Florida Venture Forum and Space Florida. Most importantly, a heartfelt thank you to all who support our mission to save the free internet, including Admiral’s clients and investors.

Hosted by the Florida Venture Forum, the conference is the preeminent event for national and regional venture capital funds to access the region’s top early stage technology companies. Admiral was thrilled to take part in the event and honored by the reception from such high quality VC funds and investors.

“Admiral is tackling a massive problem that represents a large opportunity” said Jennifer Dunham, Partner at Arsenal Venture Partners. Richard Molloy, General Partner at Gordon River Capital added “The simplicity of their adblock recovery platform and performance-based pricing make it easy for publishers to adopt and guarantee ROI”.

For more information on how you can partner with Admiral to size and solve your adblock problem click here

Michael Yeon

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