CSIA, Colorado’s Technology Association, today announced that DEMOgala 2010, which is the region’s largest technology conference, will feature 12 emerging companies during a new “company pitch” session.
This year’s event will also include a keynote breakfast session featuring a forum between Colorado gubernatorial candidates.
DEMOgala 2010 takes place on Thursday, October 7, at the Hyatt Regency in Denver, Colo., and brings together business and community leaders from across the region to meet and learn from the "who’s who” of technology and experience the intensity and inspiration of innovation first-hand. The agenda includes:
8 to 9:15 a.m. – Gubernatorial forum
9:30 to 11:45 am. – Sessions and speakers covering topics that include: The Battles of E-Commerce, Trends and Mechanics of Crowd Sourcing, and Game Changers
Noon to 12:30 pm. – Lunch
12:30 pm. to 1:30 pm. – DEMOs from emerging companies including:
• Graphic.ly presented by Micah Baldwin, CEO and Chief Community Caretaker
• Mindflash.com presented by Donna Wells, President and CEO
• FeedBrewer presented by Dan Pacheco, Founder and CEO
• NextBigSound presented by Alex White, Co-Founder and CEO
• wayConnected presented by James Behrens, Founder and Chief Executive
• FORSSE presented by Charles Groves, Co-Founder
• Cruxly presented by Kapil Tundwal, Co-Founder
• Auction & Event Solutions presented by Ashley Weber, Owner
• Udemy presented by Gagan Biyani, President & Co-Founder
• Integrate presented by Jeremy Bloom, Co-Founder
• UsingMiles presented by Austin Veith, CEO and Co-Founder
• JetJaw presented by Mark Salsberry, Founder and CEO
1:45 to 3:25 pm. – Sessions and speakers covering topics that include: Geospatial Revolution, Power Up Your Intuition!, and Decoding Customer Behavior Online.
3:30 to 6 pm. – Cocktail reception
For a company description of DEMO companies and complete agenda, visit demogala.com or follow @DEMOgala on Twitter.
CSIA, Colorado’s Technology Association, is the state’s largest and most influential technology association. Since its beginning in 1994, CSIA has provided hundreds of programs, workshops and major events to create connections, portals for information, as well as leadership through legislative activities and involvement for key issues in the industry. Through the work of our more than 200 key volunteers, Board members and staff, CSIA also serves as the advocate on behalf of the industry for C-Level connections, legislative/regulatory leadership, as well as with the local influencers including legislators, news media, government leaders and other industry leaders.
CSIA represents the more than 5,000 software companies, nearly 1,000 hardware/storage and related technology companies, and 175,000 IT workers throughout the state to bring forward the technology leaders across the state. For more information on CSIA, visit coloradotechonology.org/.