Who’s excited to talk tech?! I sure am. We have so many productive topics coming to the table. So many ultra-qualified people and organizations to be part of those discussions. And, from what I’ve seen and heard, an absolutely amazing site at which to hold them.
Discussion topics are pending. And, frankly, we want you to be influential to what they are and how they unfold. However, many vendors, sponsors, and industry leaders have committed to involvement. Here are some to look for. (In order of appearance, as the schedule stands.)
Due to feedback from past attendees, adjustments have been made to the symposium’s format. After all, this event is for you! Expect a higher degree of involvement (as you wish); we have scheduled more time for round table discussions, with mild moderation integrated. Also, carefully picked industry experts are queued up to kick off some thought provoking topics, designed to potentially seed further discussion. Who knows? You might end up deploying solutions you never thought you would before!
Besides business accomplishments, Jay Peak is going to have some fun in store for us, as well! I don’t know about anyone else, but I can’t wait to jump into that waterpark. Here are some photos.
Many other exciting things are happening this year. Take part in all the fun and conversation at the 2019 Mountain Technology Symposium at Jay Peak, VT. October 2nd through the 4th. Register now!
As with prior years, special room rates are available for the event. Studios start at $110/night, 1 bedroom units from $160/night, and 2 bedroom from $230/night. When booking online at https://jaypeakresort.com/reserve, be sure and specify group code 805352. Or if you prefer to call in your reservation, call 800-451-4449 and mention the Mountain Technology Symposium rates or the same group code. These rates have limited availability (Sunday, September 29th through the Sunday, October 6th). As an added bonus, event registration includes discounts that are also good before, during, and after the event is over. Thanks, Jay Peak.
We’ll see you in October.