Explore emerging tech at the Smart Regions Conference "Innovation Corridor"
On October 25 and 26th, an interdisciplinary group of government, business, and institutional leaders will convene in the heart of the midwest for the second annual Smart Regions Conference.
The day-and-a-half long event features a dynamic program, including Ted-Style Speakers, Power Panels, Speed Networking, Smart Infrastructure Challenge Pitches and Smart Regions Awards. One program highlight is the Innovation Corridor!
The Innovation Corridor will be an interactive showcase highlighting the people and products that are being developed and deployed leveraging advances in IoT capabilities to build smart cities, regions, and industries.
Join venture capitalists, private equity groups, enterprise innovation groups, institutional accelerators, commercialization programs, startups and more public and private sector stakeholders in exploring firsthand the advanced technologies and emerging innovations moving the smart cities market forward.
Showcase Your Project, Brand, and/or Solution in the Innovation Corridor
You may request a complimentary showcase area in the innovation corridor if you sign up on or before September 27th. Simply fill out this form or contact email@example.com to learn more.
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