FAQ

What is the objective of the Technology Hub Conference?

The Technology Hub Conference was created to provide the IT community in Northeastern Wisconsin a resource for professional growth and education alongside IT peers. This event will share innovative ideas from all areas and levels of business to showcase new technologies and the ways in which organizations in our community can leverage them to advance in our market.

Who is the target audience of the Technology Hub Conference?

The Technology Hub Conference has a targeted audience where you can expect to cross paths with IT Specialists, IT Directors, CIOs and CEOs. Attendees will include strategists, influencers and decision makers for the technology used in their organizations.

What technologies will be showcased/presented/discussed at the Technology Hub Conference?

The Technology Hub Conference is all about innovation and advancement in technology. To that end, we will be focusing on technologies from many areas including, but not limited to Cloud technologies, Internet of Things, Security, Dev Ops, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and more. We encourage you to submit your ideas in a proposal for a Breakout Session on our Call for Speakers page.

Where can I find information about Sponsorship?

Businesses who wish to get involved with the Technology Hub Conference in a sponsorship capacity, please contact us. We are happy to work with you on a sponsorship package.

What is the background of the Technology Hub Conference?

While 2016 was the inaugural year for the Technology Hub Conference, it was born from the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) Region 5 Fall Conference. Over the last 15 years, this AITP conference was held successfully at a smaller level for AITP members. As our IT community grows and evolves, Northeastern Wisconsin Chapter AITP leaders, who hosted the conference, felt it was time to join together with other peer organizations to expand on the knowledge and professional growth of those IT professionals which make up our Northeastern Wisconsin IT community.

 

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