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Feb. 19, 2018 12:45 pm

This week: Future of Technology Summit 2018 comes to DC

The event is Feb. 21-22 at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center.

The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

(Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

The Future of Technology Summit 2018 is coming to the District on Feb. 21 and 22.

The event, which will be held at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center, features keynote speeches from Marissa Shorenstein, the president of AT&T; Jacqueline Woods, the chief marketing officer at IBM Global Business Partners and Darrell Silver, the cofounder and CEO of Thinkfulwhich is planning a D.C. expansion. D.C. tech leaders set to speak include TrackMaven CEO Allen Gannett, 1776 Chief Strategy Officer Penny Lee and Fosterly cofounder Adam Zuckerman.

In all, the event has more than 30 keynote speakers and 40 startups pitching and exhibiting. Nearly a thousand industry leaders representing 400 companies are expected to participate.

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