2020 Conference Update2020 IS NOW VIRTUAL
The safety and health of attendees is to priority for Mountain Connect. We recently surveyed our audience and overwhelmingly, the feedback made it clear that there would not be a level of comfort attending a live, in-person event in 2020. We also have to observe the State of Colorado mandate which currently prevents inside group gathering larger than 50 people. As such, we are announcing that Mountain Connect 2020 is now going virtual with the same great content while using a customized event platform that enables dynamic networking.
We have a new price structure for our 2020 virtual conference. NOTE: If you have previously registered for Mountain Connect, you can apply your registration fee to 2021, ask for a complete refund, or apply your fee to 2020 with the remaining balance refunded. Please contact Jeff Gavlinski regarding your preference and with any questions.
Single Attendee Fee: $99
Company Group Attendee Fee: $450 (includes up to 10 registrations per company)
Conference Theme – Broadband: The Great Enabler for Disruptive Technologies!
The need for ubiquitous fiber and wireless infrastructure is at the precipice. Technology innovation will not pause while we continue to struggle with connecting all of our communities. If we don’t act soon, will our rural communities get left behind to a point where we begin to see an acceleration of urbanization and permanent decline in rural parts of our country? This year’s conference will explore:
1. The Impact of Emerging Technologies
2. Why Master Planning is Paramount to Long-term Success
3. Unique Funding Alternatives
4. Policy and Legislative Considerations
5. 5G/Small Cell
7. Economic Development
8. Impacts of RDOF and CARES Act
1. Community Development
3. Emerging Technologies
2021: We plan to return to Keystone in May of 2021. Please return here for updates.
As always, Mountain Connect will continue our focus on our core conference topics: Intelligent/Smart Infrastructure, Digital Government, Economic Development, Healthcare, Education, Emerging Technologies, Policy Impacting Broadband and, Broadband 101 Education for Elected Officials