The Greater Nashville Technology Council provides engaging interest- and career-specific events through a number of peer-to-peer learning communities called ‘peer groups’. NTC peer groups are led by members of the community who are passionate about providing content and networking opportunities for others in their area of focus. Peer groups hold regular meetings and host events on their subject matter. Attending peer group events is a great way to get the most out of your NTC membership by building your professional network and learning from local experts in your field.
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NTC Peer Groups:
business intelligence + Analytics
Connecting professionals within the Middle Tennessee industries to better serve the business analytics community. Learn more
This peer group creates an environment that facilitates meaningful conversation, relationship building, and collaboration for Nashville’s IT leaders in the consumer goods, hospitality, restaurant, and other retail spaces. Learn more.
Sales & Business Development
To provide access, training, and development to our fellow Sales and Business Development community members. Learn more
To create an inclusive environment for non-veterans and veterans alike to share in their passion for technology and veteran causes. Learn more
Want to join the Veterans Mentor Program? Click here to learn more & apply.
Provides a community of collaboration for those looking for better IT solutions and better ways to get there by sharing their lessons & passion for software development and infrastructure operations. Learn more
Tech community leaders council
Formed to support the creative tech community represented by various meetups and user groups to solve identified challenges.
Private, invitation-only group for top technologists in our region.
NTC Leadership Training
As our technical talent pool continues to grow, we need to build our leadership talent as well. It is well-known and widely understood that the immediate manager is the most important factor in employee engagement. We must focus on building the strength of our first line management in order to retain the talent we are struggling so hard to find. Learn more