Aug 28 2009
Los Angeles Tech Week 2009
 

L.A.Tech Week is back!

L.A. Technology: Transforming World Business.

By any measure, Los Angeles County is a major technology development center. For decades, local companies and research universities have created innovations which ignited new markets and industries around the globe.

Tech Week 2009 will focus on the sectors where innovation in L.A. County is leading the world: mobile devices and applications, video games and entertainment, energy and environmental technologies, and current trends in funding start-ups. A keynote address will describe the means by which technology can transform American healthcare to make the country more competitive in the global marketplace.

L.A. Tech Week
Start time: Thursday October 22, 2009 at 9:30 AM – Pacific Time
End time: Thursday October 22, 2009 at 5:00 PM – Pacific Time
Where: Business Technology Center, 2400 North Lincoln Avenue, Altadena, CA 91001 map it
Category:
Business > Technology Seminars

Details:
The 8th Annual Los Angeles County Technology Week – “techweek” – continues to provide the most insightful conference on business and technology in Los Angeles and the surrounding County communities.

Order online and pay only $65. Save $20 off the $85 entrance fee (offer good through Oct. 21 when purchased online). Students pay only $15 (see details below).

SELECT ONLY ONE PASS OPTION PER PERSON! Do NOT purchase more than one pass per person. All options include exhibits, keynote speaker, buffet luncheon, refreshments and reception.

Two break-out panel discussions run simultaneously at both 10:30 am and 2 pm. Choose the conference pass option above that includes the TWO panels you would like to attend. Visit our web site at www.latechweek.com for more information on each of the four panels offered.

STUDENT & OTHER DISCOUNTS
Students use discount code: STUDENT-TECH and pay only $15. Must show student I.D. upon entrance to receive your pass.

IF YOU HAVE A STUDENT OR OTHER DISCOUNT CODE PLEASE NOTE: ONLY ONE DISCOUNTED TICKET ALLOWED PER ORDER. For example, you may purchase ONE student or other discount pass with any number of $65 pass purchases. Additional discount transactions must be purchased individually as a single one-pass purchase. To purchase MULTIPLE STUDENT OR DISCOUNT CODE PASSES, purchase them one at a time.

This year’s program includes:

Game On! L.A.’s Leading Edge in the Video Game Industry.
A look at L.A. County’s video game industry from the perspective of five leading game studios including Entertainment Arts (EA), Insomniac, Infinity Ward (Activision), thatgamecompany and Dreamworks.
We’ll also explore the nexus between the video game industry and L.A.’s motion picture industry. more

Info2Go. How Mobile Devices are Transforming Business.
Mobile devices like the iPhone, Google G1, Blackberry and Palm Pre are changing the way we do business. Tech Week explores this rapidly growing sector from three perspectives: makers, users and developers.

Power Up! Clean Technologies for Energy and the Environment.
Tech Week’s sequel to last year’s popular “clean tech” program.

Cash4Tech. Southern California Angel & Venture Capital: What’s Hot, What’s Not and Who’s Getting Funded.
Our latest installment on technology funding presented by the Pasadena Angels. An essential guide to technology funding by the people who know.

SAVE $20. Register
online before
October 22 and pay
only $65. Save $20 off
the $85 admission cost.

Students: take
advantage of our
student discount and
pay only $15 for
admission with I.D.

Opportunities for sponsorships are still available. Contact:
msalvesen@msaconsult.com

For sponsorship information, please email MSalvesen@MSAConsult.com.

For additional Tech Week event details and event registration, go to LATechWeek.com or call Ingrid Goodman at 626-296-6302

Los Angeles County Technology Week is located at the Business Technology Center, 2400
North Lincoln Ave. Altadena, California 91001, tel 626-296-6300
Produced by MSA Management Group, Inc. | 2400 North Lincoln Avenue Altadena, CA 91001

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