Harvard Club of Dallas Smart City Panel

Date and Time
Thursday, November 10, 2016
6:00pm— 8:00pm
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The Dallas Entrepreneur Center Coworking Space
311 N Market St
Dallas, TX 75202
United States
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Margaret Jackson


The Harvard Club has invited members of the Wharton Club of DFW to a panel discussion on innovation in Dallas. We are pleased to share this invitation and hope you can attend.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the world as well as Dallas. Join us at the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (The DEC), on November 10th from 6-8 pm, to learn the latest plans to make Dallas a world leading Smart City, from some of the people who are leading the charge.

The Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) was launched in 2015 at the White House, and consists of the City of Dallas and a coalition of stakeholders who are invested in Dallas' continued evolution as a forward-thinking, innovative, 'smart' global city. Its mission is to develop a multi-phased, scalable smart cities model that leverages Dallas' distinctive strengths for the benefit of the city. Phase one of DIA focuses on the West End Historic District, creating a living lab that provides proof of concept results. Initial projects focus on smart infrastructure, smart mobility and connected living.

To present this story and answer questions, we have arranged for a panel of experts to attend the evening, including:

  • Trey Bowles-CEO and Co-Founder Dallas Entrepreneur Center
  • Jennifer Sanders-Executive Director Dallas Innovation Alliance
  • John Levis-Senior Partner Deloitte
  • Jori Mendel-AT&T Smart Cities Strategic Alliance Lead

Cocktails and appetizers to be served during the networking session that will precede our expert panel.

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The Dallas Entrepreneur Center Coworking Space

311 N Market St, #200, Dallas, TX 75202, United States,
by public transit by car by bike Walking