The Board of the Jackson Hole Technology Partnership is happy to announce plans to host the 7th annual Summit. The Summit is one of only a handful of events taking place; however, the Board is closely monitoring the situation. The safety of Summit speakers, attendees, and venue staff is extremely important to us. We will be following physical distancing protocols, and as a result this will impact the available amount of seating. Please register as soon as you’re able to confirm your seat. We will continue to provide updates, safety protocols and details about the impact of COVID-19 as it relates to the Summit.
The Wyoming Global Technology Summit (WGTS) is an event held every fall in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The 2020 summit will feature government leaders, high tech entrepreneurs, financiers and futurists on the topics of Blockchain, Agriculture Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Smart Cities, Venture Capital, Quantum Computing and Digital Healthcare Technology. Our event helps energize new approaches to old challenges, building on technologies discussed at our summits, where they can be leveraged to produce quantifiable outcomes for rural populations.
The summit is seed-funded by John D. Temte, with follow-on funding from other donors, who share our vision and from the nonprofit Jackson Hole Technology Partnership.
Past summit speakers includes: Randall Stephenson, CEO AT&T, Dr. Patrick Soon-Shoing, CEO Nantworks and Co-Owner Los Angeles Lakers, Mark Gordon, Governor of Wyoming, Matt Mead, Former Governor of Wyoming, Tom Vilsack, former US Secretary of Agriculture and Governor of Iowa, Ralph de la Vega, President & CEO of AT&T Mobility and numerous venture capital partners.
To help support the summit or for more information please contact:
Beth Young-Jones, Global Technology Summit Director of Operations