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Syracuse Technology Roundtable presents new organization aimed at promoting collaboration and innovation in CNY technology community
Syracuse Technology Roundtable presents new organization aimed at promoting collaboration and innovation in CNY technology communityMay 08, 2006Kelly Homan Rodoskikahoman@syr.edu
To stay competitive in a world shaped by a global economy, business owners must apply technology intelligently within their businesses for maximum gain. Central New York is blessed with an abundance of information and technology resources, but there remains a need to organize these resources in a manner that is conducive to collaboration, promotion and innovation. ICConnect, a new umbrella organization in Central New York comprising information and communications technology businesses, aims to answer that need.
Steve DeMello, executive director of ICConnect, will talk about the organization at the next meeting of the Syracuse Technology Roundtable on Tuesday, May 23, from 5:30-7 p.m. in Room 4-201 of Syracuse University’s Center for Science and Technology. Admission is $10 per person, and students are free with I.D. Registration is required; contact JoAnn Fredericks at 443-1060 or email@example.com to register. Parking arrangements will be made at the time of registration.
DeMello will discuss the rationale behind ICConnect and how it can make a real difference for Central New York businesses.
The Syracuse Technology Roundtable is a collaboration of the CASE Center of Syracuse University and the Syracuse Technology Garden that offers access to the best resources of academia and industry, both regional and national. The Roundtable provides valuable programming and networking opportunities to anyone interested in the growth and development of the Central New York technology economy.
The CASE Center is a NYSTAR-designated and -supported Center of Advanced Technology. NYSTAR is the New York State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research. NYSTAR’s broad mission is to make New York state a national leader in high technology academic research and economic development.