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CIT seeks to close innovation gaps in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation by focusing on new technologies, entrepreneurs and technology companies that make innovation happen
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Bullet SWVTC Awards Banquet and Gala
Thursday, June 12, 2014
SWVA Higher Education Center, Abingdon, VA
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Hilton Richmond Hotel & Conference Center.
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Organized in 1999, the Southwestern Virginia Technology Council has a mission to lead Southwestern Virginians in addressing technology issues for business, education and government with the purpose of enhancing the vitality and social well-being of Southwestern Virginia. Council membership includes businesses, institutions and individuals from the Wytheville region to the far western corner of Virginia.

By engaging individuals and entities through membership on the Council, this organization will:

To find out more about SWVTC, contact: Esther Bolling, Executing Director, SWVTC, PO Box 859, Norton, VA 24273,276-679-7800

Southwest Virginia Technology Council Gala 2013
Will Powers, Keynote Speaker


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