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Next CRTEC Meeting - Wed, May 29th, 2013
Brad Panovich: Chief Meteorologist - WCNC
: Wednesday, May 29th, 2013 at 7:30am
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August 2011 CRTEC Newsletter
Charlotte Regional Technology Executives Council
The Charlotte Regional Technology Executives Council (CRTEC) is an organization dedicated to the continuous education for its members and the economic development of technology companies in the Charlotte region. The council resources are primarily volunteers comprised of executive level technology leaders in this region. CRTEC is recognized as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization.
On March 26, 2013, CRTEC showed its support of the
University of North Carolina at Charlotte College of College of Computing and Informatics
with a $12,000 scholarship donation. For additional information on this scholarship, click
"Why OtherScreen Failed: A Charlotte Start-Up Story"
Chris Halligan, Operating Partner with IDEA Fund Partners spoke to the Charlotte Regional Technology Executives Council on Wednesday April 24, 2013.
CRTEC is happy to announce our 2013 sponsors. Welcome to our newest sponsor Elliot Davis! Visit our
page for complete details.
IT-oLogy Launch Event
CRTEC member, John Fread of Logical Advantage, was involved in the committee that brought IT-oLogy to Charlotte. He spoke at the Dec 4th launch event held at the Wells Fargo Auditorium at Knight Theater.
"IT-oLogy provides a cohesive mechanism to build out our IT community and put Charlotteans back to work," said Charlotte's mayor, Anthony Foxx.
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