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Digital Nova Scotia Annual Dinner 2013

  • 10 Apr 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Delta Halifax
  • 250

Registration

  • 1050.00 CDN + 157.50 HST
    Table of 8. You may add up to 7 guests at your table.
  • 1495.00 CDN + 224.25 HST
    Table of 8. You may add up to 7 guests at your table.
  • 150.00 CDN + 22.50 HST
    Per person
  • 210.00 CDN + 31.50 HST
    Per Person
  • Students enrolled in full time Digital Technology Programs at Dalhousie, Mount Saint Vincent, Nova Scotia Community College or Saint Mary's University.

    Contact the Dean's Office at your educational Institution for a Registration Code.

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Annual Dinner 2013
Wednesday, April 10th

 The Rise of Global Technology Culture


Keynote Speaker
    Lane Becker
Internet Entrepreneur, VC Advisor, Author

Founder and Chief Product Officer of the Original Internet Company and co-author of New York Times Best- seller “Get Lucky: How to put Planned Serendipity to Work for You and Your Business”. Venture Advisor to Freestyle Capital, an early-stage Internet venture capital investor based in San Francisco. Lane has been passionately working on Web since it began, coining terms like "Blog" and "Ajax". 

Lane's Full Bio can be found here
 
Much of the web-based technologies that colonized and changed the world over the past decade were invented in Silicon Valley. The tools and culture that made it happen there has started to spread globally.

A new global technology culture is developing and radically reshaping what's possible and what's available to the next generation of entrepreneurs everywhere. The effects of this change will be felt far beyond just the world of startups, with huge ramifications for every other industry.

Hear how it happened, where it’s going, and what can be done regionally to maximize the value that will be created as a result!

Date: April 10, 2013
 
Time:
Reception – 6:00pm
Dinner – 7:00pm-9:30pm
Location:   Delta Halifax,
1990 Barrington St,
Halifax, NS B3J 1P2

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