The Wyoming Global Technology Summit is the flagship event held annually in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the Jackson Hole Technology Partnership.
Speakers from previous summits include:
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, CEO, NantWorks
Randall Stephenson, CEO, AT&T
Ralph de la Vega, President & CEO, AT&T Mobility
Garrett Lofto, President, JR Simplot
David Crane, CEO, NRG Energy
Vivek Kundra, EVP Emerging Markets, Salesforce
Steven M. LaFountain, Chief, College of Cyber
Gary Gauba, President, CenturyLink
Pieter Poll, SVP Network Planning, CenturyLink
Donald Dixon, Managing Director, Trident Capital
Robert Ackerman, Managing Director & Founder, Allegis Capital
Select Success Stories and Outcomes
"InMotion Software was introduced to the Wyoming Global Technology Summit through the University of Wyoming's College of Engineering Program. Timing worked out where we could make it to the Technology Summit in Jackson Hole, and we are glad we did. It was a pleasant surprise to see a diverse group of companies interested in the Wyoming market. It was even more impressive to hear Governor Matt Mead's mandate and conviction around diversification and leading with technology. InMotion was so warmly welcomed that we have felt almost obligated to open a secondary office simply to help a good cause of providing software-oriented jobs to the good people of Wyoming and help them become what we now know the Austin, TX market to be..... you have to start somewhere; and right now Wyoming is it! Thank you Wyoming Global Technology Summit, without it, I don't know we would have felt as compelled and/or impressed." - InMotion Software
Anthony P. Castillo (USDN Inc.) and Eric J. Topol (Scripps Translational Science Institute and The Scripps Research Institute), who met at the 2015 Wyoming Global Technology Summit were two of the six coauthors of the paper, "Privacy and security in the era of digital health: what should translational researchers know and do about it?”, which was published on March 30, 2016 in the American Journal of Translational Research.