7th ArmTech Forum to Be Held in New York

Former Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan at the 2012 ArmTech forum in Silicone Valley

YEREVAN (Arka)—The 7th annual high-tech industry business forum and conference, ArmTech Congress 14, will take place on Sept. 26 at the TKP Conference Center, in New York City, the Yerevan-based Enterprises Incubator Foundation (EIF) said Friday.

Conceived under the theme of “Learning from the past and inventing the future” and held under the patronage of the Prime Minister of Armenia, the event it is dedicated to further the success of Armenia’s high-tech industry in a dynamic global free-market economy.

Every year ArmTech Congress attracts an outstanding group of industry professionals, high-level executives and interested parties from all over the world who get together to improve communications and cooperation with and within the Armenian high-tech industry. The event focuses on Armenia’s current and future successful participation in a dynamic global economy with emphasis on its high-tech industry and related businesses.

ArmTech Congress provides an unmatched opportunity to obtain business and professional information, and to connect with top industry representatives, government officials, major players in the financial and services sectors, and leading academics from Armenia, the US, Russia, European Union, CIS countries, the MENA region, South-East Asia to strengthen cooperation and identify new partnership and investment opportunities.

It is anticipated that this year the agenda will concentrate not on IT only but will evolve around other High-Tech sectors, as well.

The deadline for registration for participation at ArmTech is September 10, at www.armtechcongress.com.

ArmTech Congress is organized by the Enterprises Incubator Foundation together with the ministry of economy of Armenia and with the assistance of public and private organizations.

ArmTech is held alternately in the USA and in Armenia. The first congress was held July 4-7, 2007 in San Francisco. The latest in 2013 in Yerevan.


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