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KCtne – April Happy Hour

KCtne – April Happy Hour

Event Date(s): Apr 12, 2016

Join us for the Kansas City Technology Networking Events April Tech Happy Hour at Nick and Jake’s on Main!

Come ready to network with other like minded tech individuals.  We will have food, drink and drawings for great prizes.

Thank you to our sponsors, Harman, Unite Private Networks, Enterprise Bank, Centriq IT Training, Tech Orchard, Netrality Properties (1102 Grand) and BHC Rhodes!  Other sponsorship opportunities are available.  Email for more information.  Looking forward to seeing you there!



Nick and Jake’s – 5031 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64112

Purchase your tickets via the link below. Use code centriq01 to receive a 50% discount.

Register to attend here 

Harman Connect Technology Roadshow Series

Event Date(s): Apr 12, 2016

HARMAN Professional Invites You to CONNECT With them in Kansas City!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 ~ More details to come.

Learn how HARMAN Delivers Connected Environments from Table to Cloud

It’s a very exciting time at HARMAN Professional. Please join us as we walk through our HARMAN solution offerings to connect audio, video, control and lighting in any environment where people work and play. This interactive platform includes live demonstrations of our audio/video distribution and switching solutions including our new SVSI product offering.  This game-changing solution streams high resolution video using standard network infrastructure – experience it yourself with a live demo of our ‘visually lossless’ 4K over 1Gb solution.

Technology Networking Event Kansas City

Technology Networking Event Kansas City

Event Date(s): Apr 14, 2016

KCtne was founded to create a physical platform through networking events in Kansas City to bring together IT talent, visionaries and connectors. This happy hour is one of this groups networking events.

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Event Date(s): Sep 15, 2015

Being “T” shaped means you have the deep technical skills needed to provide value for the organization, but you also have the competencies needed to manage risk and execute within the minefield that is organizational culture and processes.

Some of those competencies include conflict management, negotiation, project management, communication and presentation to name a few. The economy needs “T” shaped workers.

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