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Tech Partnership Quarterly Meeting
February 7, 2023 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 amFree
As leaders in our region’s tech sector, we know firsthand how fast the industry is changing. Every day we are faced with pressing questions and issues related to patient care quality, costs of care, a qualified workforce, technology innovations, public awareness and wellness, among a myriad of other topics. No single organization can do this work well alone. We must work across tech organizations and with community partners to navigate the new demands.
That’s why we have come together to jointly invite you to participate in the first Capital Area Technology Partnership of 2023 on Tuesday, February 7th from 8:30am-10:30am. These sector partnerships are a way for multiple tech organizations in a shared labor market region to come together around important issues. They are a place for us to collectively address issues related to shared vitality; a single table at which to work with multiple public programs in education, workforce development and economic development; and an opportunity to help create solutions to shared pressing issues.
We expect to come out of the meeting ready to collaborate on a set of clear priorities and next steps. The meeting will be professionally facilitated. We will identify opportunities for industry stability and vitality in Travis County and will define specific areas for action. This will be the beginning of an ongoing partnership of Technology leaders in our region.
Community partners such as workforce development, education, economic development, and others will be there too. They will be in “listening” mode to better understand how they can help. They will be a critical piece to acting on the priorities we define going forward. The 2/7/2023 meeting will be a one-and-a-half-hour commitment. We realize this is a big ask. We think this is a big opportunity. We hope you join us. Contact Jessie Camarillo (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly to discuss or RSVP. I look forward to seeing then.