The Premier Venture Conference 


Venture135 is a premier venture capital conference focusing on generating quality deal flow and innovation across the fintech, insurtech, healthtech & cleantech verticals. We use our platform and global reach to bring together the top venture capitalists, angel investors, and growth funds while showcasing companies across the spectrum from Seed to Series B. Additionally, we take a heightened focus on traditionally underrepresented Founders, specifically at the Seed Stage, in an effort to help startups at this early stage gain access to the resources and momentum they need to propel them to the next phase of their business, and effectively address the significant diversity gap that is so prevalent in later-stage startups.

RevTech Labs commits to keeping our speakers, attendees, volunteers, and staff safe. All attendees are required to fill out a COVID-19 Vaccination waiver, show proof of vaccination, wear a mask throughout the event, and comply with social distancing requirements. 

Why Attend Venture135?



500+ attendees made up of top VCs, angel investors, growth funds & leading financial, insurance, and healthcare institutions

Audience Makeup

CEOs, Executives & Managing Directors ● Presidents, EVPs & SVPs ● Startup Founders + Entrepreneurs ● Venture Capitalists, Angel Investors & Growth Funds ● Heads of Partnership, Innovation & Strategy ● Financial Advisors + Tax Partners ● Data Scientists + Engineers ● Tech Reporters ● MBA Candidates


Picture Credits:

Charlotte Country Club

Charlotte Country Club was founded in 1910 and is located four miles east of uptown Charlotte, in the historic Plaza-Midwood neighborhood. Charlotte Country Club is known as a top 20 private club in the US. The club was also recognized as a Top-50 Platinum Club of the World by the Club Leaders Forum.


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Olde Mecklenburg Brewery

Beer is like bread – similar ingredients, same need to be served as fresh as possible. As OMB’s founder says, “Not everything can be made local, but beer can and should be. Local beer is fresh beer, and fresh beer is better beer.”