Trish Kennedy to Address Cape Cod Technology Council

Friday, November 3rd at Hyannis Golf Course
International business leader Trish Kennedy will address the Cape Cod Technology Council on November 3rd

From the Cape Cod Technology Council:

Trish Kennedy is well known to Cape Codders as the dynamic entrepreneur who created Back Office, the global technology company that she grew to hundreds of millions in revenues and sold to Goldman Sachs in 2012. She is back in business now with Zudy, her new company based on VINYL, the world’s first no-code enterprise application development platform.

The Cape Cod Technology Council is thrilled to welcome Ms. Kennedy as our featured speaker for our November First Friday breakfast event. Her discussion will include:

* How the established code-based IT structure creates unnecessary barriers to accomplishing business goals.
* What her new company, Zudy and its game-changing VINLY platform offer as an alternative.
* Her thoughts on the Cape Cod technology environment in general, and how we might begin to rethink our approach to resurrecting the Silicon Sandbar.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet and listen to an international business leader and one of the most successful people ever to do business on Cape Cod.


Friday, November 3rd at Hyannis Golf Course, 1840 Iyannough Road, Hyannis from 07:30 to 09:00. Ticket Info

Breakfast included, registration is open now!
Members: $15 in advance
Non-members and walk-ins: $20

http://www.cctechcouncil.org/event/trish-kennedy-introduces-zudy-november-2017-first-friday/


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