Come meet our staff, fellow professionals, community members who live in the district, and others who support our mission. Speakers will include Katy Boren, the President & CEO of the Innovation District as well as special guest speaker Taylor Shinn, Vice President of Ventures and Growth, Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Energy Innovation Center. During this breakfast will share ideas and inspiration for all of us to move the district, its businesses, and residents forward.
Registration will begin at 7:30am followed by breakfast and programming from 8am-9am.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that is disrupting and having an enormous impact on business including technical, legal, privacy and financial operations. It can be applied to use cases in a number of industries and has the potential application for any company that records transactions, establishes identity, validates contractual information and utilizes data analytics.
This conference will explain key concepts surrounding blockchain technology, the business value, its impact on key Oklahoma industries and strategies for building viable ecosystems within a rapidly evolving landscape.
Connect with patients, families, healthcare providers, and organizations while fundraising for cures.
By joining Take Steps, you will become part of the IBD community, who not only provide support to each other, but who, together, are actively raising money to support the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation fund research into better treatments and ultimately cures for IBD. Join the Take Steps movement to raise funds for IBD and we can celebrate together at your local Take Steps event.
For more event info contact Jackie Peterson at jpeterson@CrohnsColitisFoundation.org or call (646) 430-4841