Our friends at the Carroll Technology Council are bringing the Ignite presentation to Carroll County this Thursday, January 31st from 6:30-9 pm at the Carroll Arts Center in Westminster, MD.
Presenters at Ignite share inspirational personal and professional stories in 20 slides over a period of 5 minutes. It’s a very fast paced, high energy format that has occurred in over 100 cities nationwide, including New York and Paris. Ignite Baltimore has been happening for a few years now; Ignite Baltimore 12 is scheduled for March 28th, 2013. Thanks to the CTC, Carroll County now gets to join in the fun!
Not sure if you want to go? Here’s a few topics that will be covered:
Speaker: Alissa Harrington
Topic: A Smart APProach to Cancer: How one woman is using apps to cope with her cancer diagnosis
Speaker: Matthew Holbert
Topic: Education: Replacing the Failed System and Developing the Mind
Speaker: Jon Weetman
Topic: Everything I Needed to Know ABout Life, I Learned From Hockey
How can you not want to go to this? Tickets are just $5 and here is a link to the event’s Eventbrite page. It doesn’t get any easier than that!
Teltek is a proud member of the Carroll Technology Council and will be present at Ignite Carroll, we hope to see you there!
Teltek is proud to offer IT services as the fourth component to our multi-systems approach as your single source technology services company. This Managed Service Provider (MSP) offering completes our longstanding goal to provide our clients with a one-call resource for all of their business technology needs. IT outsourcing, remote back up and disaster recovery, helpdesk support, computer network relocations, security products and server/desktop virtualization are just a few of the services now available.
Since its inception in 2001, the Carroll Technology Council has developed many new programs that benefit the County. Its focus has been on building relationships between member organizations, facilitating the development of technology expertise and potential business opportunities. The Tech Council works diligently to bring technology to those in need through their CompuKids and TechWorks programs.