- The North Carolina Tech State of Tech Exponential conference was held at the Raleigh Convention Center, covering the latest trends and developments in tech, including topics such as cybersecurity and Generative Artificial Intelligence.
- The conference also included workshops on environmental, social, governance and sustainability, data usage and analytics, and productivity and automation, as well as a “shark tank” style pitch competition for tech businesses. NC Tech CEO Brooks Raiford discussed how Generative AI is becoming more mainstream and its potential impacts on jobs.
- The conference provided a platform for networking, learning about latest industry developments, and exploring hot topics in the tech industry for attendees from all over the industry.
RALEIGH, N.C. – The Raleigh Convention Center will be the site of the upcoming NC Tech Conference, the state’s premier gathering for technology professionals. The event, scheduled for November 12th and 13th, will bring together leaders from the industry to discuss the latest trends and innovations.
The NC Tech Conference is organized by the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) and attracts hundreds of attendees from across the state. The event features keynote speakers, networking opportunities, and exhibition booths showcasing the newest technologies and products.
“We are thrilled to bring the NC Tech Conference to the Raleigh Convention Center,” said Brooks Raiford, President and CEO of NCTA. “With its convenient location and state-of-the-art facilities, the Convention Center provides the perfect setting for our attendees to connect with one another and learn about the latest developments in the industry.”
The Raleigh Convention Center, located in the heart of downtown Raleigh, has been a hub for business and community events since it opened in 2008. The facility’s flexible design and advanced technology infrastructure make it an ideal venue for conferences, trade shows, and other large-scale gatherings.
“We are honored to host the NC Tech Conference and showcase our convention center to the technology community,” said Loren Gold, General Manager of the Raleigh Convention Center. “We look forward to welcoming attendees and providing them with an exceptional experience.”
Registration for the NC Tech Conference is now open, and early bird pricing is available until September 30th. For more information about the event, visit www.nctech.org.
The NC Tech Conference is a must-attend event for North Carolina’s technology professionals, and the Raleigh Convention Center is proud to host this exciting gathering of innovative minds.