CTA's events bring the Colorado technology community together in a variety of meaningful ways. We look forward to seeing you at our next event. Sponsorship packages available, call 303.592.4067 for details.
Major Specialty Events
C-Level is a unique opportunity for your business to bid on more than 60 C-Level decision makers who have the key to unlocking your business potential. No other event in Colorado has as many technology executives in one place and at one time ready to hear what your company has to offer.
Annual all-day conference. The 2012 conference theme was Finding your personal power and developing your brand with presentations from some of the most influential women in Colorado.
Kick off spring with by sampling beers and spirits from around Colorado while mingling with your peers at the 1st annual Sip & Connect Fest at the McNichols Building in Civic Center.
This is the day we come together to share expert insight on the influence of technology and how today's forwrad-thinking companies are reshaping our business, science, entertainment and the community. We are thrilled to bring you DEMOgala, a genuine Colorado gathering, to stimulate our vibrant technology industry.
Celebrating Technology Excellence. Award categories include: Technology Company of the Year Project of the Year Technology Entrepreneur of the Year Technology Community Connector of the Year Bob Newman Lifetime Achievement Technology Teacher of the Year
Industry Strategy and Awareness
Technology is one of the fastest growing segments in Colorado and is the engine for a multitude of other successful industries. The tech industry is composed of more than 5,500 software, hardware, and IT services company, employs more than 150,000 people, and has a payroll of more than $4.50 billion. Our Industry Updates consolidate the work of the EcoDev, Education, and Public Policy Forums to give you a monthly pulse on the industry. Look for exciting results in 2013.
Exclusive, Peer-to-Peer Dialog and Insight
The CIO forum creates an opportunity for executive IT peers to develop and learn from each other and to dive deep into issues, challenges and opportunities unique to their position. The forum is limited to CIOs, CTOs, and VPs of IT to be able to discuss openly the technical challenges on recent IT projects so that participants can gain a deeper understanding from each other to apply this to their business.
The CEO-in-Tech forum creates an opportunity for executives or owners of businesses to develop and learn from each other and to dive deep into issues, challenges and opportunities unique to their position. This forum is only for CEO’s or business owners to be able to discuss openly challenges so that participants can gain a deeper understanding from each other and apply this to their business.
The Women-In-Tech Series is a very popular program providing a variety of events from content-rich speakers to fun-casual networking. This program started in the fall of 2007 as a once-per-year networking get together, and has quickly grown to a program with incredible speakers and mentoring.
The Gov in Tech Forum was created out of a partnership with the Governors Office of Information and Technology (OIT) in order to provide opportunities for the public sector to gain insights on developments in their sector. The content is commonly relevant to the private sector, helping them to learn the latest technology and operational developments in IT that impact government.