Join California Capital for a special event highlighting the role of small tech firms driving enterprise and government innovation.

California Capital  is hosting a series of 4 business mentorship roundtable events. The program will begin with four roundtable meetings between October 2017 and March 2018. The first event will be held on October 12 and will focus on the Information Communications and Technology (ICT) sector.  This event will highlight the role of small tech firms driving enterprise and government innovation.  This event will focus on networking, business mentorship and practical takeaways for developing business partnerships around real opportunities.

When: Thu, October 12, 2017 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Where: Sierra Health Foundation, 1321 Garden Highway Sacramento, CA 95833

Cost: Free

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8:30 am – 9:00 am: Registration

  • Coffee and Continental Breakfast provided

9:00 am: Program Start

  • Introduction: Dean Peckham, California Capital
  • Welcome: Clarence Williams, CEO of California Capital

9:15 am: Data Analytics, Security, Municipal Govt, Teaming

  • Bob Hollis, Mobius Network
  • Bob’s Contact / TBD

9:45 am: Diversity in Tech

  • Moderator: Dean Peckham
  • Charlotta Gigliotti-Carter, GRI Technology Solutions
  • Mariah Lichtenstern, Founder’s Institute

10:15 am: Break

10:30 am: Federal Agency Technology Panel

  • Christine Munroe – NASA Ames Research Center
  • Jeanne Chun – Department of Veteran’s Affairs
  • TBD (GSA, DGS?)

11:00 am: Coworking Space Presentations

  • Clayton Porscha, Valley Extends
  • TBD (Hackerlab, Urban Hive, IO Labs)

About California Capital

California Capital provides training, classes, financial loan programs and procurement technical assistance to small businesses across California.   California Capital was one of the local entities awarded a grant under the State Workforce Investment Board Slingshot Program.  Slingshot was designed to accelerate employment across California.