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Thursday, April 6 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Living The Future Now: What Being A "Smart City" Means For Dallas

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Have you wanted to learn more about what "Smart Cities" means in the context of Dallas? Are you wondering where/how your business fits in to this vision? Come join us for the conversation with Jennifer Sanders, the Executive Director at Dallas Innovation Alliance, and Matt Foreman, Director of Business Development, Internet of Things & Smart Cities at Ericsson for answers to your questions about the future of a "smart" and connected Dallas! 

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Kurt Kelley

CEO, Excelerated Technology Consulting
Kurt specializes in developing relationships between carriers, resellers, and industry leading technology providers globally to solve real business challenges. Before founding Excelerated he has served in multiple capacities at Verizon, and most recently Stream Technologies where he was responsible for managing the U.S. IoT and vertical solution providers. With over twenty years of technology experience there is rarely a problem he is unable to... Read More →

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Matt Foreman

Director of IoT & Smart Cities Business Development, Ericsson
Matt recently joined Ericsson to work in Business Development, focused on the Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities. Matt is passionate to help Enterprises and Municipalities transform their operations and deliver untapped value using IoT technologies. Matt is no stranger to this space. In his previous role, he helped launch the AT&T Smart Cities organization. Matt worked to develop the go to market plan, product strategy, and led... Read More →
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Jennifer Sanders

Executive Director, Dallas Innovation Alliance
Jennifer Sanders is Cofounder and Executive Director of the Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) a public-private partnership dedicated to the design and execution of a smart cities plan for Dallas. She brings over 12 years of expertise across a broad array of industries, including energy, technology, economic development, nonprofit and finance, serving in functions including communications, stakeholder and community relations, strategic counsel... Read More →


Thursday April 6, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
The Dallas Entrepreneur Center 311 N Market St #200, Dallas, TX 75202