TRUE-See Systems Invited to Exhibit at Southland Startup Conference in Nashville

Launch Tennessee and PandoDaily have partnered for the Southland startup conference, which recently released the list of exhibiting companies, including New Orleans’ own TRUE-See Systems. Southland will take place June 9th – 11th at Marathon Music Works in Nashville.

Southland TRUE-See Systems is setting the standard for medical photography with their patent-pending technology aiming to become the new standard in medical imagery for precise diagnosis, correct treatment and increased liability.

Other partcipating startups include: AgSmarts, Memphis, Tenn.; Ambition, Chattanooga, Tenn.; ArchiveSocial, Durham, N.C.; ARGIL INC., San Jose, Calif.; Artiphon, Nashville, Tenn.; Bellhops, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Bioscape Digital, Atlanta; Broadly, San Francisco; CareLuLu, Washington, D.C.; Clean Hands Safe Hands, Atlanta; Emanate Wireless, Hudson, Ohio; Enigmedia, Menlo Park, Calif.; Everly, Nashville, Tenn.; Feetz, San Diego, Calif.; Fiveworx, Knoxville, Tenn.; Fluencia, Arlington, Va.; Influsense, Memphis, Tenn.; InvisionHeart, Nashville, Tenn.; Iron Gaming, Inc., Chattanooga, Tenn.; Kinvolved, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Life Patch, West Palm Beach, Fla.; MEMI, Atlanta; MetaCart, San Francisco; PerfectPst, Atlanta; Predikto Analytics, Atlanta; Project10K Inc., Nashville, Tenn.; ReadyCart, Chattanooga, Tenn.;, Atlanta;, Atlanta; Sanitation Creations, Raleigh, N.C.; Screwpulp, Memphis, Tenn.; Shade, New York; Skuidify LLC, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Sr. Pago, Delegación Álavaro Obregón, Mexico; Techturized, Atlanta; Travefy, Lincoln, Neb.; Vault Stem Cell, Atlanta; Vendor Registry, Knoxville, Tenn.; Voxa, Atlanta; Waygo, Mountain View, Calif.; and WebTeam Corporation, Somerset, N.J.

From the list, 10 will be chosen for a final pitch worth $100,000 as well as expert business coaching and media exposure through a partnership with PandoDaily. The competition will be judged by a panel comprised of Josh Kopelman of First Round Capital, Shervin Pishevar of Sherpa Ventures, Kirsten Green of Forerunner Ventures, Kevin Colleran of General Catalyst, Vic Gatto from Nashville’s Jumpstart Foundry and Michael Goldstein of SwitchPitch, Tige Savage of Revolution Ventures; Michael Goldstein of SwitchPitch; Zach Ware of Project100; Erik Moore of Base Ventures; and Peter Barth of the Iron Yard.

“The 10 judges coming to Southland represent some of the very best in the business,” said Launch Tennessee CEO Charlie Brock. “Together, they have decades of experience as investors and entrepreneurs, and they are supremely qualified to choose the winner of the Southland Pitch Competition.”

For more information on Southland or to register for the conference, visit