Four locals invited to exhibit at Southland

Launch Tennessee and PandoDaily have invited four early-stage Nashville companies to exhibit at the Southland conference they will host June 9-11 at Marathon Music Works in Nashville. The start-ups are part of a group of about 40 chosen by a panel of investors, entrepreneurs and technology writers from across the country.

The locals are:

Artiphon, which is marketing a multifaceted electronic instrument that hooks up with an iPhone

Everly, a social enterprise that is marketing three all-natural drink mixes

InvisionHeart, a mobile hardware and software system that lets cardiologists access electrocardiogram information from their smartphones or tablets

Project10K, the entity behind populr.me, the system that lets people produce published one-pagers, or POPs

 
Another 10 Tennessee companies also will pitch the judges. They are:

AgSmarts, Memphis
Ambition, Chattanooga
Bellhops, Chattanooga
Fiveworx, Knoxville
Influsense, Memphis
Iron Gaming, Chattanooga
ReadyCart, Chattanooga
Screwpulp, Memphis
Skuidify, Chattanooga
Vendor Registry, Knoxville

 
And here are the companies from outside the Volunteer State also invited to present:

ArchiveSocial, Durham, N.C.
ARGIL, San Jose, Calif.
Bioscape Digital, Atlanta
Broadly, San Francisco
CareLuLu, Washington, D.C.
Clean Hands Safe Hands, Atlanta
Emanate Wireless, Hudson, Ohio
Feetz, San Diego
Fluencia, Arlington, Va.
Kinvolved, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Life Patch, West Palm Beach, Fla.
MEMI, Atlanta
MetaCart, San Francisco
PerfectPst, Atlanta
Predikto Analytics, Atlanta
Rigor.com, Atlanta
Rivalry.com, Atlanta
Sanitation Creations, Raleigh, N.C.
Shade, New York City
Sr. Pago, Delegación Álavaro Obregón, Mexico
Travefy, Lincoln, Neb.
Vault Stem Cell, Atlanta
Voxa, Atlanta
Waygo, Mountain View, Calif.
WebTeam Corp., Somerset, N.J.