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Technology Forum of Delaware wants to know where things are headed

The Delaware Innovation Week event will help take the pulse of the state's tech scene. Get involved.

Horn program students work during the fall 2015 Tech2gether. (Courtesy photo)

While most of this organization’s meetups are for networking, this one in particular is meant to focus on the bigger picture. The Technology Forum of Delaware has a big question for you: “Where are we going?” The event will be held Wednesday, Nov. 16 at World Cafe Live at the Queen at 5:30 p.m.
The event is taking place during happy hour after Tech2gether, during Delaware Innovation Week 2016.
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Tech Forum board member Jennifer Kmiec says that the organization has made a “frank assessment of the most important factors driving Delaware’s tech community.” The effort was reflected in a 2015 report, which the Delaware Business Times characterized as “good news/bad news.” According to next month’s event listing, the group is looking to update the report:

This year, we plan an interactive, collaborative process to collect and share member perspectives to update the report on Talent, Collaboration & Support, Funding, and Reputation. This will be the most engaging and insightful experience of the year. Live polling, instant reporting, real-time voting, interactive debates using an innovative method of rapid collaboration and data gathering.

“It’s really a snapshot of where the technology community is headed in Delaware,” Kmiec said. “We’re taking the 2015 report and updating according to the four metrics.”
The event costs $40 for non-members and $25 for members.

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