GWATA partners with Tech Alliance in Bellingham to bring Tech Predictions to local community
January 13th GWATA will live stream Mark Anderson’s 2017 Predictions from Bellingham. This is GWATA’s third year partnering with TAG to broadcast this event to our local community.
Mark Anderson is the publisher of the SNS Global Report, a 20 year running predictive report on technology and the global economy with a 94.7 % independently scored accuracy rate. SNS is read by Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Vint Cerf, Michael Dell, Paul Allen, Paul Jacobs, Bill Janeway, Robert Hormats, and other technology executives and investors worldwide.
Mark is also the founder and chair of the Future in Review (FiRe) Conference, named “the best technology conference in the world” by The Economist.
Each year Mark Anderson generates his top economic developments and top 10 technology predictions for the year. These are inspired, instructive, and useful to your business. Sample predictions from years past include: the fall of the Chinese Yen, the rise of the quantified self, calling of the financial crash (Great Recession), and the fall of oil prices.
This event is on Friday, January 13th at the Confluence Technology Center in Wenatchee from 11:30am – 1:00pm. Mark’s predictions will be live streamed from 12:00 – 1:00pm. This event is free for GWATA Members and $10.00 for the public. You can bring your own lunch or reserve lunch for $10. Call 509-661-9000 or visit www.gwata.org to register.
GWATA is a 501(c)3 founded in 2000 to promote a vibrant technology based economy benefiting the citizens and communities of North Central Washington. GWATA’s mission is to support technology, entrepreneurship and STEM education. To learn more about GWATA, visit www.gwata.org or call509.661.9000.
The Technology Alliance Group for Northwest Washington (TAG) was formed in 1999 as the Bellingham/Whatcom Technology Alliance Group to address the needs of a growing technology industry in Whatcom County. As the industry evolved, membership grew and TAG’s mission to promote, educate, and advocate for Northwest Washington technology businesses positively impacted an increasing number of companies. To learn more about TAG, visit http://www.tagnw.org/