FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is always thinking about the future of the respective cities of its region. Now, its webinar is looking to showcase how the Smart Cities initiative will leverage technology to serve people throughout Northern Kentucky.
The Smart Cities Initiative will serve as the focus of the latest NKY Chamber Eggs ‘N Issues event at 8-9 a.m. Tuesday, June 16. Duke Energy Smart Technologies Manager Chris Danforth, Fott Mitchell Chief of Police Col. Andrew Schierberg and Campbell County Fiscal Court Economic Development Director Will Weber will serve as the featured panelists for the webinar. The trio will explain what a Smart City is and how the Smart City Corridor will benefit the Northern Kentucky region.
Like all current NKY Chamber programming, June’s Eggs ‘N Issues event is presented for free as part of an ongoing effort to provide essential information in the wake of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak. Registration, however, is required for the event. Registrants will receive additional details on how to join the webinar in their confirmation email.
Eggs ‘N Issues’ title sponsor is DBL Law; Duke Energy is the monthly sponsor for the event and the media partner is the Cincinnati Business Courier. To register for the event or more information, visit www.NKYChamber.com/events/.