Indiana is enjoying success in attracting and growing technology and innovation businesses. What public policies can help continue that momentum?
Find out during the Indiana Technology and Innovation Policy Summit on December 1 at the Conrad Indianapolis.
Influential industry, government and legislative leaders will highlight policy priorities during morning sessions. Micah Vincent, director of the Indiana Office of Management and Budget, will deliver the luncheon keynote.
This year’s summit builds on the successful 2017 legislative session when a number of key issues supported by the Indiana Chamber became law.
Among the legislative priorities to be featured during this year’s summit:
- Autonomous Vehicles – Find out about the opportunity for Indiana to engage in and capitalize on the growing interest and work done in autonomous vehicle research and programs. State Rep. Ed Soliday will lead the discussion.
- Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and tax implications – Indiana ranks second in software job growth. It’s important to clarify the tax situation for SaaS companies so Indiana remains competitive with other states.
- Data Centers – With the economy increasingly dependent on data, hosting data centers is an economic growth opportunity for Indiana. Rich Carlton, president and COO of Data Realty in South Bend, will talk about fundamental changes the state needs to make to attract data center facilities.
Registration and a continental breakfast start at 8 a.m. The summit begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 1:30 p.m. View the complete agenda.
Event sponsors are Smithville, the Digital Policy Institute and Purdue University. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting Jim Wagner.
Registration is $95 for Indiana Chamber members and $125 for non-members. For more information, visit the event page.