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Emerging Business & Entrepreneur Event
Presented by the Emerging Business & Entrepreneur Committee
December 18, 2008
8:00-9:30 am Program
Emerging Business and Technology Showcase
Surviving an Economic Downturn and Changing Government Priorities
On December 18 the NVTC Emerging Business & Entrepreneur Committee hosted an event focused on how to survive in an economic downturn. The event featured a lively panel discussion that allowed the audience to hear from individuals with first-hand knowledge and experience in living through an economic decline. The panelists for the event included Ken Bartee, Former President of McDonald Bradley; David Wiley, Founder, CEO and President, Widelity; and Matt Goddard, CEO and Co-Founder, R2i and the discussion was moderated by Darlene Darcy, Washington Business Journal. Also, for the first time, the EB&E Committee showcased a number of the area's emerging technology businesses. The exhibiting companies were selected because they offered innovative cost-saving solutions, efficiency and productivity that are essential to surviving uncertain economic conditions.
- LeverPoint, inc.
- American Remote Help Desk
- KZO Innovations, Inc.
- Results Software
- Carpathia Hosting, Inc.
- Cranial Tap
- Equilibrium Networks
- CC Pace
- Trusted Integration
SponsorsGold Sponsors: Amplifier Networks, LLC; Invention to Innovation Fund at GMU; KnowledgeBank; LeverPoint
Silver Sponsors: RedShift Ventures
Supported by:The Entrepreneur Center @NVTC
Center for Innovative Technology
2214 Rock Hill Road
Directions to Center for Innovative Technology
Member: No Charge
General Audience: $ 75.00
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