Bring your lunch and join CTC directors and members as we gather for networking and a presentation on policy updates & CTC’s 2016 Public Policy Agenda.
One of CTC’s goals is to help create an environment in Connecticut where technology businesses can start, thrive and grow. The 2016 legislative session officially begins on February 3 and so CTC’s Public Policy Task Force has worked diligently to draft a Public Policy Agenda. We want your feedback and recommendations as we work towards the final agenda!
Bruce Carlson, President & CEO of CTC, will lead an informal discussion about public policy and how it can potentially affect your company.
Come to share your ideas, comments, and suggestions regarding workforce development, business growth and the climate of business in Connecticut.
We’ll provide the drinks, chips and dessert and hope to see you there!
Interested in becoming a member? Want to learn more about our public policy? We’d love for you to attend!
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