The Alliance Technology Consortium, in partnership with the Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce will host a five-part business and technology video conference. We want to increase the technology impact awareness of Washington, DC metropolitan minority small businesses, the impacts of the various new technologies and their impact upon their companies NOW and the next three years.
September 9- The Impact of Technology Adoption and the Minority Entrepreneurs & Business Communities
September 16- Small Business and Big Data, Data Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence
September 23- Cybersecurity: Is this a Small Business Concern?
September 30- Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMS) and Government Contracting
October 7-Clouds: Architecture, Migration, Security
Join us on September 15 at 5:30 PM for an evening of networking, culture and music under the stars to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Kick Off in partnership with Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce to greet new friends, existing members, and chamber staff. Grab your cigar and Cuban wear (Guayabera), Ladies dress in white if you like, and head over to Latin America dare.
We have plenty of rum, sugar, and lime. It is been declared Mojito night. Let's have fun again at NOVAHCC Jive After Five To Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Kick Off Celebration.
We have Live Latin Jazz Music by Guitarist and Composer Tito Dorian, Professional Networking (Bring Plenty of Business Cards), Food and Cash Bar.
Parking Garage available or you can take Metro to the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Station. (Orange Line)
SPACE LIMITED. ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED by September 14
Our Platinum Sponsor for our Hispanic Heritage Kick Off is Sanabria Law and Associates. We welcome additional sponsors at Silver level and Media Sponsors. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Interest Technology is a new field of interest that introduces big data, inclusive community input, and design thinking to some of the most complex public problems of our day. Thought leaders from New America and Virginia Tech are already in the field, working with communities to identify their most pressing issues and to devise technological solutions thereto. Join us for a fascinating and inspiring discussion of the thought, process, platforms, and actions constituting public interest technology and its possible application in our most under-resourced communities.
We need public interest technologists. People who sit at the intersection of big data and inclusive community input. People who want to use their tech and data expertise to promote the common good. Enter, stage left, Public Interest Technology. Thought leaders from New America and Virginia Tech are already framing the field and beginning to understand its power to create change for our most under-resourced communities.
Please join us on September 27 at 11:30 for a virtual discussion with two of the country’s leading experts.
SALSA SIP & MINGLE Networking Celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month
JOIN THE FIRST SIP & MINGLE OF THE YEAR, IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH!
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH
BALLSTON QUARTER MAIN OUTDOOR PLAZA
5:00PM – 7:00PM
ONLINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED. NO REGISTRATION, NO ENTRY.
Register to join the Ballston BID as we SALSA, SIP & MINGLE in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month! Come meet new colleagues, residents and members Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Arlington Chamber of Commerce at our first Sip & Mingle Happy Hour of the year.
Enjoy our DJ, free salsa lessons, sangria, food tastings in Quarter Market, and more! We will be networking outside at Ballston Quarter in the Plaza area near Quarter Market from 5-7pm on September 29th.
Sip & Mingle is free to all Ballston employees and members of the Northern Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce using the code SALSA2021 will secure a complementary access for chamber members.
or sign up using your company address! Non-employees can still attend for a nominal $20 fee. Register today!