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April 29, 2020

In April 2020, the KC Tech Council reached out to a carefully-selected group of approximately three dozen business leaders representing a cross-section of the region’s technology employers. We then released the COVID-19 Impact Index v1. Three months later, in July 2020, we again reached out to measure the same group’s responses as we embark on a new fiscal quarter. Those findings are now published in the Impact Index, v2.

TECNA’s Post-Election Analysis On-Demand Webinar

December 17, 2020

Newsroom TECNA’s Post-Election Analysis On-Demand Webinar TECNA’s Post-Election Analysis features a panel of top political and tech policy experts who distill the US election results by analyzing voter trends and how the new Congress and Administration will address key policy issues affecting the tech industry and business.   Ryan Weber | KCTC President & CEO…

SafetyCulture Summit 2020

November 17, 2020

Newsroom Register for SafetyCulture Summit How do you feel SafetyCulture itself has “survived & thrived” in 2020? Pre-pandemic, SafetyCulture was growing year on year. Like most businesses, when COVID hit we experienced a dip in usage as our global client base was impacted by furloughs, border closures and restrictions. Plus, we continued to focus on…

In the Know with the CTO On Demand Webinar

November 10, 2020

Newsroom Watch as KC Tech Council’s Kara Lowe speaks with Scott Ramon, CTO of nbkc bank, to dive into these topics and more: What do great places to work look for in top tech talent? Best tips and tricks to ace a technical interview How to adapt and capitalize on emerging tech trends How to…

#AskFishtech Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October 26, 2020

Newsroom Register for this rare opportunity to ask Cybersecurity execs your burning questions here!   Q: Aside from it being Cybersecurity Awareness Month, can you speak to the importance of creating an accessible conversation around Cybersecurity? When it comes to cybersecurity, even with all the incredible technology today, the weakest link is still people. The…

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