invisionAZ, a nonprofit organization leading the charge to drive growth, innovation and investment in Arizona-based technology companies, presents the third annual Arizona Tech Innovation Summit on Wednesday, March 20 with keynote speaker Mark Cuban. Cuban is a prolific entrepreneur, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and host of Shark Tank.
Established in 2016, the invisionAZ board is comprised of leaders from some of Arizonas most influential and innovative companies including APS, Carvana, Keap (previously Infusionsoft), and Offerpad. Led by invisionAZ CEO John Ragan, the organization is driving public and private collaboration to support the overall growth and needs of Arizonas emerging tech ecosystem.
Arizona is emerging as a prominent national tech investment hub. Governor Ducey has forged deep and lasting relationships in Silicon Valley, which are poised to deliver tremendous job growth, Thiel Capital Managing Director and invisionAZ founding member Jack Selby said. Arizonas already best-in-class business environment has positioned the state as a leader in innovation. invisionAZ is committed to be a catalyst for tech growth.
invisionAZ has partnered with the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Arizona Commerce Authority to organize the 2019 summit, which will be held at The Duce in downtown Phoenix and is expected to draw nearly 550 attendees.
In addition to the keynote from Mark Cuban, the program will feature Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema. Insightful panel discussions on technology trends featuring prominent business leaders will also be presented. Summit attendees can anticipate an update on:
- Arizonas FinTech Sandbox
- Status of new technology investment capital formation in Arizona
- The future of Arizonas PropTech, HealthTech, Electric Vehicle Technology and Micromobility industries
For more information or to attend the summit, visit aztechsummit.com.
Media interested in attending may contact [email protected] to register.
invisionAZ is a statewide nonprofit organization that leads the framework to allow technology, innovation and investment to flourish in Arizona. Its efforts include government and corporate collaborations, coordinated events, and the promotion of the growth for Arizonas emerging tech ecosystem. For more information, visit www.invisionAZ.org, follow on Twitter at twitter.com/invisionAZ.
Cortney Read, Director of Communications