Texas Dialogue on Innovation in Defense | Presented by IBM
***New Date!!*** Texas Dialogue on Innovation in Defense | Presented by IBM rescheduled to Thursday, March 4, 2021, 1:30 to 3:30pm.
Due to the recent weather in Texas and the lingering effects, IBM and Capital Factory will postpone the Texas Dialogue on Innovation in Defense (TDID) presented by IBM until Thursday, March 4, 1:30pm-3:30pm. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause you and hope the delay will give all participants time to regroup.
Focusing on the lasting impacts of 2020 and Project Convergence, TDID will ignite conversation around defense innovation in Texas in a lead-up to Capital Factory’s Fed Supernova (March 9 – 10). We hope to see you at both events.
Created by IBM, TDID will provide a rich dialogue centered around Defense Innovation and Project Convergence in preparation for Capital Factory’s Fed Supernova event (March 9 – 10). The discussion will focus on how 2020 changed the Defense Ecosystem, and how non-profits, academia, industry, and the military can pivot to help enable success in Defense Innovation.
Anyone interested in the Texas Defense innovation ecosystem, including national security, military, and corporations interested in Defense and federal government, startup leaders, academics, and Capital Factory members
March 4th, 2021 1330-1530 CST
WHAT TO EXPECT
- 1330 – Welcome/Introduction – COL(R) Brian Cook
- 1345 – Keynote Remarks – Dr. (SES) Doug Matty – followed by Q&A period (15min present + 15min Q+A)
- 1415 – Break and Networking
- 1420 – Panel Discussion – Joseph Kopser, Brenden Mullen, Jason Kelley followed by Q&A period (15-20 min)
- 1510 – Concluding Comments with COL (R) Cook