Smartlink Mobile Chosen to Present at Southeast Venture Conference

Managing Director Chris Lynch will showcase Smartlink Mobile in front of the region’s top venture capitalists and private equity investors.

Cary, North Carolina, March 31, 2015 – Smartlink Mobile Systems, the leading innovator in mobile patient engagement technology, today announced that Chris Lynch, Managing Director, has been invited to present at the 9th Annual Southeast Venture Conference (SEVC) this week in Charlotte, NC. The conference showcases the most promising emerging technology firms in the southeast region and provides these companies with unmatched exposure to the region’s top venture capitalists and private equity investors.

This year’s conference showcases 50 of the region’s top high growth firms (from Series A to Late Stage), who will present to an audience of more than 100 venture capital and private equity investors.

“We are excited that we have been invited to present at SEVC this year,” said Smartlink CEO, Siu Tong. “This will be a great opportunity for us to share the innovative solutions we’ve recently launched and how we are uniquely positioned to help physicians provide better care at a lower cost.”

About Smartlink Mobile Systems

Smartlink Mobile Systems is a mobile healthcare solutions company changing the way providers and patients collaborate across the continuum of care. By delivering simple and convenient bi-directional communication, Smartlink enables patients to be more engaged in the medical services they need. For clinics, Smartlink’s unique mobile patient engagement solution improves efficiency, quality of care, patient adherence and revenue streams. For more information, visit www.SmartLinkMobile.com.

About SEVC

The 9th Annual Southeast Venture Conference (SEVC) showcases the most promising emerging technology firms in the southeast region and provides these companies with unmatched exposure to the region’s top venture capitalists and private equity investors. The SEVC strives to support entrepreneurial activity, innovation, and the resultant economic development of the Southeast, while understanding the importance of investment capital to those goals.