Executives from across sectors and functional roles will participate in this virtual event on July 23 + July 24 (New Date) for a day of engaging keynotes, interactive panel discussions, a fast paced pitch competition from tech startups and a virtual Exhibit Showcase. This year’s conference will explore how Data is impacting our lives personally and professionally.
Big data is the digital convergence of structured data found inside databases, and unstructured data flowing from new sources like social networks, mobile devices, sensors, RFID, smart meters and financial systems. Today, organizations can capture and analyze any data, regardless of what type, how much, or how fast it is moving, and make more informed decisions based on that information.
At NC TECH’s 2020 State of Technology Conference, we will explore Data as a new natural resource for companies of all sizes and how it is impacting our lives personally and professionally.
2020 Date and Time
July 23 + July 24
The conference offers an integrated agenda with:
- Breakout Sessions – tailored in-depth, interactive panel discussions
- Startup Showcase – 6 NC based innovative tech startups
- Digital Exhibit Showcase
500+ business and tech leaders from companies, organizations and institutions, representing all sizes, stages and industries. C-level, VPs, Directors – of Marketing, Technology, Innovation, Security, Operations & Finance.
The event will feature a TECH STARTUP SHOWCASE of innovative North Carolina startup companies selected to demo mobile technologies in front of 500+ business and technology leaders at this year’s event.
Participating companies must be considered startup/emerging and headquartered in NC with an innovative product or service that is or has the potential to be a standout/groundbreaking technology in the areas of ANALYTICS, CLOUD, SOCIAL, MOBILE and/or SECURITY. Visit our event page to apply.
View the 2019 Start-Up Showcase Participants
Past Event Photos
If you are interested in sponsoring our 2020 State of Tech Conference, contact Tracy Sternberg.