Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit (and West Virginia Native) highlighted the 2016 Growing Innovation in the Mountain State forum on April 6, at the Advanced Technology Center, South Charleston.
I was thrilled to be even a small part of the planning and organization of this wonderful event! Robin’s Desktop provides administrative support to TechConnectWV and arranged the catering for the day’s event.
A panel discussion on “Education Matters: How to identify and foster young entrepreneurial talent in West Virginia”, with Jim Clifton, CEO, Gallup, Joyce McConnell, Provost at WVU, and Tom Heywood, Managing Partner at Bowles Rice LLP, Charleston.
It was standing room only as West Virginia’s top business leaders sought insight into ways to rebuild the economy of a state long dependent on coal, a stumbling industy.
Participants also included, West Virginia Senate President Bill Coal, and Cabinet Secretary Keith Burdette.