We have a particular interest in giving our local startups the technical boost they need to compete in this burgeoning market.
Provo, UT (PRWEB) November 17, 2014
Fibernet Corp., leading colocation and data center service provider, will be providing the meal at this month’s Startup Conversation Series dinner, a monthly event hosted by Beehive Startups that provides a venue for Utah’s prominent entrepreneurs to meet, network, and discuss key business-building topics.
Speaking at the upcoming event are Sid Krommenhoek of Peak Ventures, Ryan Caldwell, CEO of MX (formerly MoneyDesktop), and David Blake, CEO of Degreed. Also presenting are Provo City Mayor, John Curtis and Tammy Bowers, of the local up-and-coming startup Lion Heart.
Beehive Startups was founded in 2013 as a resource for Utah’s startup scene to connect with a community of peers.
“We’re so pleased to participate in Beehive Startups’ commendable efforts to unite Utah businesses,” stated Fibernet CEO, Lane Livingston. “As a provider of SaaS acceleration and data center services, we have a particular interest in giving our local startups the technical boost they need to compete in this burgeoning market.”
This month’s event will be held in the Tanner Building on BYU campus, in Room 151, on November 19th from 7PM to 8:30PM. Attendance is free; however, space is limited. Click here to register and reserve your spot and join the conversation.
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