Dear Greater Nashville Tech Community –
With the rapidly developing conditions regarding Coronavirus COVID-19, the NTC is facing many of the same questions and challenges we know you and your own businesses are working through. We have heard from many of our member companies who are taking the necessary steps to keep their employees safe and to assist in containment efforts, and we recognize that some of those steps include practical limitations on things like travel and event attendance.
In the interest of community health and safety, and with respect to our member companies and their employees, we have decided to postpone all of our events for the next three weeks.
Below you will see a list of events that have been postponed:
- 3/19 – NTC Tech Talk: The Challenging World of Acquisitions POSTPONED
- 3/31 – The NTC Annual Meeting POSTPONED
- 4/02 – NTC Tech Talk Williamson County: Culture is the Barrier to AI POSTPONED
- 4/07 – NTC Retail IT Peer Group: Future Technologies Impacting Retail POSTPONED
We plan to reschedule all of these events for a later date and remain committed to delivering the high-quality content and connection opportunities we know our members value.
All current registrations and tickets purchases for any of the above events will be automatically transferred to the rescheduled date. Those who have already registered will be notified via email as soon as new information is confirmed.
Please continue to check our weekly email newsletter for the latest event updates and tech community news.
Additionally, if you have posted an event on our community calendar for the upcoming weeks, please take a moment to verify that all of the event information is still correct.
We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we collectively navigate this terrain. We will be monitoring developments closely and will provide any necessary updates should further changes to our programming occur.
The NTC Team is here and available should you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to continuing to serve you and our tech community.
President & CEO
Greater Nashville Technology Council