Tennessee Congressman Marsha Blackburn will speak at the first Nashville Tech Breakfast, held Tuesday, April 2, at Spark, Lipscomb's Idea Center, at 6:45 a.m. Networking will take place until 7 a.m. when the program starts. Blackburn will present a talk titled "A View from the Hill: Cyber Security, Workforce Shortage and Other Issues Facing Nashville's Technology Leaders."
The Nashville Tech Breakfast is a new quarterly networking event hosted at Spark in Cool Springs in collaboration with Lipscomb ‘s School of Computing and Informatics that brings together tech and business leaders to discuss what’s happening in the world of technology in Nashville, Middle Tennessee and beyond.
Cost is $30 in advance and $40 at thedoor. Parking is free. Spark is located at 3252 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin, TN 37067.
To register go to sparkcoolsprings.com.