We'll Be At the 2010 SARTA Technology Index Celebration

As part of some of our combined activities within the Northern California business community, we will be attending and participating in the 2010 SARTA Technology Index Celebration event and luncheon on Wednesday, February 17 at the Hyatt Regency in Sacramento, Ca.

Here’s a summary from the key sponsor of the event; SARTA (Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance)

SARTA is pleased to recognize and celebrate the success of the 50 companies that have earned a place on the 2010 SARTA Technology Index, which measures the health and growth of the Sacramento technology sector!

This is the 7th year of this particular event and the keynote speakers this year are:

Kevin Surace, CEO, Serious Material
and INC Magazine’s “2009 Entrepreneur of the Year”

Linda P. B. Katehi, Chancellor, University of California, Davis

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