Jul 27 Join me for NCTA breakfast in Winston-Salem
On Wednesday, July 30, I’ll be serving as moderator at the North Carolina Technology Association’s Intersection Breakfast. The topic is “Get Online: Trends and Tools in Online Marketing.” Following the breakfast, the NCTA is offering a tour of the Dell facility in Winston-Salem, but you need a reservation for that.
The panelists at the breakfast include:
- Mark Dirks, President, Beacon Technologies
- Jon Beard, President, Internet Community Action Network
- Rick Harrison, President & CEO, GET Interactive
Breakfast is from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., not including the Dell tour. Hope to see you there. If you read our blog, be sure to come up and say hello.
Here’s the info on the breakfast. For more information, click here:
- Is your website missing something?
- Interested in Web 2.0 or Google Analytics?
- Could your company benefit from a social platform?
- Are you a shopper who demands immediate gratification?
If so, then come share a cup of coffee with us and enjoy this dynamic event, featuring NCTA member companies that have developed unique marketing technologies â€“ a great opportunity for you to get out and network with other leaders from across North Carolina and check out some of the latest innovative products and services.
Breakfast will be hosted at the Piedmont Triad Research Park facility in Winston-Salem, with a special chance to tour of the Dell facility afterward. If you are interested in the tour, please let us know as soon as possible, as space is limited.
Intersection Breakfasts are designed to showcase new technologies and advancements of our corporate members, while providing a forum for technology executives to explore business issues and emerging technologies vital to the development of North Carolina.
Breakfast in Rotunda (7:30 â€“ 8 am):
One Technology Place, 200 East First Street
Panel held across the street in auditorium (8 â€“ 10 am):
115 S. Chestnut Street
$20 Member, $40 Non-Member, $40 at the door
Limited Spots Available! Register today!