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2018 Annual Technology Update with Buckeye Interactive
January 19 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
| TIGER Talk
In today’s highly technological world, it has become increasingly important to be aware of the technology trends emerging each year. It is especially important to know these trends to ensure success for your company or organization, but you first must know what’s valuable and lasting. That’s where our speaker comes in! Back by request in 2018, Buckeye Interactive will share the latest software and hardware technology and design trends. After returning from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Brad Griffith will have industry insights for the year’s hype and reality. He will discuss the difference between the two and what you can expect to see in the wild.
Brad is a lifelong entrepreneur. He grew up working for his dad’s veterinary hospital, learning the joys and challenges of business ownership. Brad is now President of Buckeye Interactive, the web strategy and engineering agency he started in 2009. Prior to starting Buckeye Interactive, Brad spent several years consulting and developing web applications in-house for a variety of companies including JPMorgan Chase, QUALCOMM, and the Go Big Network. He earned his Masters in Business Administration after completing his Bachelor’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering with honors, both at The Ohio State University. Brad has more than 15 years of web development experience and has worked from coast to coast with small and large companies, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and government agencies to build innovative web solutions. He lives in New Albany with his wife and two young daughters.
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Why New Albany?
As a community created by innovators for innovators, New Albany offers a robust ecosystem that leverages entrepreneurship, business connectivity, public-private partnerships and quality of life to inspire creativity and accelerate commerce.