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Magazines.com Sponsors Nashville Technology Council’s Flagship Event, TechVille

Techville 2012Magazines.com is excited to announce that we’re sponsoring the upcoming Nashville Technology Council event, TechVille, which will take place May 15 in Nashville.

Each year for the past 11 years, the Nashville Technology Council has hosted an event to address the state of technology in Middle Tennessee. This year, Magazines.com is partnering with the NTC to sponsor the annual gathering, called TechVille, which will take place in Nashville next Tuesday, May 15. With the goal of encouraging tech and marketing professionals, TechVille offers thought-provoking sessions on innovation, talent and entrepreneurship.

The conference, which used to be known simply as Technology Nashville, draws an impressive crowd of some 300 technology professionals and community leaders from within and beyond Nashville to talk about trends like mobility, analytics, social and digital media, innovations and tech talent.

The theme for this year’s event is Tech Doers, Dreamers and Drivers, a broad theme that has already been attracting professionals on all levels in the industry, from top executives to the newest members of the field. The keynote speaker taking the stage this year will be Ken Gay, a widely celebrated entertainment industry visual artist who was actually one of the people behind this year’s Super Bowl XLVI Half Time Show featuring Madonna. Whether you’re a member of the NTC or not, you can still register to take part in TechVille and learn more about the technological pulse of Middle Tennessee.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled about partnering with TechVille as a sponsor this year,” Magazines.com CIO and NTC board member Jeff Fields said. “It’s truly going to be an insightful event.”

If you’re not familiar with the NTC, it’s a council devoted to helping Middle Tennessee become known as a leading technology community worldwide. Everything they do works to carry out that vision and help the tech community of Middle Tennessee succeed. This event is just one of the many ways they reach out and support professionals in that field.