SOURCE: WSA

May 03, 2005 12:15 ET

Can Washington Continue to Grow and Nurture a Strong Technology Economy?

Join Tech Pioneer Regis McKenna and Help Frame This Debate

SEATTLE, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 3, 2005 --


WHAT:

Does the Puget Sound region have what it takes to maintain its position as a U.S. technology center? What are the components of a vibrant technology region such as Silicon Valley? How do we compare to other U.S. regions as we compete in today's global tech marketplace?

Come join Regis McKenna -- renowned author and technology marketing pioneer -- as he frames this debate, discusses the key ingredients necessary for a bustling tech economy and fields audience questions during a keynote presentation at the WSA's May dinner meeting.

For more than 30 years, Regis has advised and positioned some of the most important technology companies and innovations to date including the first microprocessor (Intel), the first personal computer (Apple), and the first recombinant DNA genetically engineered product (Genentech). Don't miss this chance to hear one of today's great minds on the future of U.S. technology dominance.

www.wsa.org/regis  www.regis.com
WHEN:
Tuesday, May 17
5 p.m.  Networking and Registration
6 p.m.  Dinner
6:45 p.m.  Presentation
WHERE:
Westin Hotel, Seattle
1900 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
DETAILS:
Regular Registration Pricing
WSA Member Single: $48
WSA Member Table of eight: $368
Non-Member Single: $72
Non-Member Table of eight: $560

There will be wireless access available for blogging during the event.
REGISTRATION:

Call 206-448-3033 ext 107 or visit http://www.wsa.org

Contact Information

  • Media Contacts:
    For press passes to this event, more information
    or digital head shots of Regis McKenna,
    please contact:

    Michelle Barsness
    WSA
    206-448-3033 ext. 136
    mbarsness@wsa.org

    Ty Rogers
    MWW Group for WSA
    206-505-8392
    trogers@mww.com