REMINDER: Get $1,000 to go to #BCTECH Summit

Columbia Basin Trust will help 50 Basin-based technology businesses attend #BCTECH Summit, by offering up to $1,000.

Columbia Basin Trust logo.

The #BCTECH Summit is a two-day event that showcases B.C.’s vibrant technology industry, builds cross-sector opportunities for businesses and explores the latest ideas and innovations fueling our economy locally and globally. — Photo courtesy Columbia Basin Trust

Columbia Basin Trust will help 50 Basin-based technology businesses attend #BCTECH Summit, by offering up to $1,000 to offset expenses.

The #BCTECH Summit is a two-day event that showcases B.C.’s vibrant technology industry, builds cross-sector opportunities for businesses and explores the latest ideas and innovations fueling our economy locally and globally. It is the place for connecting industry, government and research under one roof to do business.

Hosted by the provincial government in partnership with the BC Innovation Council, the event will help BC tech companies attract customers, connect with investors, network with government representatives and build their brands. It takes place in Vancouver on May 15-16, 2018.

Application deadline is midnight Monday, January 15, 2018.

Check your eligibility and apply online at: ourtrust.org/techsummit

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