(Louisville, Ky.) — Technology is a critical part of the economic growth and innovation Louisville is embracing, and for this reason the city is working hard to develop, attract and sustain a technology talent eco-system. “Developing Louisville,” a five-part series hosted by the Young Professionals Association of Louisville, in partnership with CodeLouisville and the Technology Association of Louisville KY, will take a close look at how the city is working to become a community that embraces and nurtures talented people in this area.
Kicking off the series are Mayor Greg Fischer and Economic Growth and Innovation Chief Ted Smith. They will discuss how similar cities are capitalizing on technology talent and how Louisville plans to do the same. Session 1 is May 20 at iHub at 204 S. Floyd St. Networking begins at 5:30 p.m. and the presentation begins at 6 p.m. For more information, visit ypal.org.
Other sessions will address network security & support, web, mobile & social development, starting up in Louisville and growing & staying in Louisville. Each session will be comprised of panelists representing local, regional and national companies based here in Louisville. Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP law firm is sponsoring the event.