The Technology Executive Council Summit will convene TEC members to discuss digital transformation, technology leadership, and critical technology themes debated throughout the year, and will look ahead to what’s next in 2020.
TEC is the premiere council of technology executives assembled exclusively by CNBC. This is an all-new, event-led CNBC editorial initiative, presenting an ongoing discussion focused on how companies employ breakthrough technologies to solve problems and power growth, designed to capture the collaborative spirit of successful organizations and surface best practices of transformative organizations.
From corporations — public and private — to nonprofits and government entities, the CNBC Technology Executive Council comprises top tech executives who are transforming organizations by leveraging innovation and disruption.
Summit audience includes TEC members across a wide range of industries and companies, technology stakeholders in the government and nonprofit sectors, academics, business leaders, and technology influencers.
Read more from our TEC special report on cnbc.com.
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Council events will convene the premiere tech luminaries and pioneers to capture the collaborative spirit of transformation
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