Technology is ever-changing and continues to shape the future of how we do things.
Join the Columbia River Economic Development Council and Washington State University Vancouver’s Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program on Thursday, November 15th from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM at Tandem Hall (808 Main Street A) where a panel of local innovators will be discussing the growth and impact of various types of technology.
Explore machine learning, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality with panelists Barrie Buckner, Director of Partnerships at GTMA; Nate Fuller, President and CEO at DeepCanopy; Jef Holove, CEO at Streem, Inc.; and Erik Jones, Director of Business Intelligence and Analytics at DiscoveryOrg.
Ronda Closner, Managing Director at Experis IT, will moderate the discussion about how “companies are exploring the cutting edge of technology and disrupting their industries, and what they anticipate for their product ecosystems and the future of the region.”
The cost is $15 and includes appetizers and a no-host bar. CREDC Investors are only $10 and college students are $5 with student ID. Visit CREDC.org to purchase tickets. Doors will open at 4:30 PM and the discussion begins at 5:20 PM
For more information, visit the Grow Clark County: Reimagining the Future of Tech Facebook event.