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Blog // Connected Tennessee

Nashville Technology Council Hosts 11th Annual Technology Nashville Conference

By CTN Staff

Connected Tennessee's Michael Ramage and Leanna Pelham are in attendance as the Nashville Technology Council hosts its 11th annual Technology Nashville Conference today at the Nashville Convention Center.

Technology Nashville is a celebration of the thriving technology industry in Tennessee, and its purpose is to highlight the region’s technology companies, in addition to showcasing tech innovation, talent acquisition, and entrepreneurship. The full day conference features two industry renowned keynote speakers, economic development updates, and breakout sessions highlighting technology from both an enterprise perspective and an entrepreneur perspective in four key regional industries: healthcare, transactions, music/publishing, and commerce.

Featured speakers include Harry Jacobson, Managing Partner of TriStar Technology Ventures, music industry expert Hunter Williams, Senior Vice President, Strategic Development/Distribution and Research Operations, SESAC, and Dr. John Doulis, Assistant Professor Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University.

“Technology Nashville is the premier technology conference in the region,” says J. Tod Fetherling, President/CEO of the Nashville Technology Council. “The conference represents the best of Nashville.  It is truly representative of the city’s thriving culture.”

In addition to a line-up of speakers, the conference will feature an IT exposition with over 25 Middle Tennessee companies, showcasing the latest technology products and services for businesses.  The day will conclude with a reception at the Bridge Entertainment Center at the Renaissance.

Last year, this event attracted over 350 technology industry professionals. 



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