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Monday, June 05, 2017

Digi.City Connects: Twin Cities Roundtable

This upcoming Tuesday, June 6, join Digi.City and some of the region's top business and government leaders for a private behind-the-scenes tour of the technology aspects of U.S. Bank Stadium & a discussion about the Twin Cities' smart city efforts & digital infrastructure prep for Super Bowl LII.

We will examine the role of cooperation among government, industry and communities as well as the social and economic benefits of 21st century digital infrastructure. This event is free of charge. Panel discussion will be held from 9:00-10:05 am and the optional tour follows.

Space will fill up for this unique event - please click here and register today to reserve your spot. All Twin Cities business, non-profit, government and civic leaders are welcome to attend - please share this invitation with your co-workers and others who might be interested in participating by forwarding them this email.

This event is part of a multi-city series, “Digi.City Connects,” spearheading thoughtful discussions in key metropolitan areas across the United States with local lawmakers and experts about the policy implications of smart city technologies.

Participants include:
  • Chelsea Collier – Founder, Digi.City
  • Patrick Talty – GM, U.S. Bank Stadium
  • Margaret Anderson Keliher – President/CEO, Minnesota High Tech Association
  • Rep. Joe Hoppe (R-Chaska) – Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Jonathan Weinhagen – President/CEO, Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce
Register Now.