DENVER, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) will host national and international technology leaders, experts and visionaries during Colorado Tech Week, a statewide series of events celebrating and showcasing technology innovation, Oct. 17-25. "We are honored to host so many noted industry leaders who are lending the highest caliber of expertise, vision and insight to Colorado Tech Week. These individuals represent a number of industries that will dictate the future of technology and how it affects the world," said Brian Vogt, director, Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade and acting secretary of technology. Colorado Tech Week will feature more than 30 events, spanning a number of industries and areas of focus including cable/telecommunication, aerospace, biotechnology, nanotechnology, software, Internet, storage, homeland security, education, radio frequency identification (RFID)/GPS, robotics, and alternative energy. Innovative Colorado-based companies, organizations, and products, as well as local, national and international experts with the highest degree of excellence in their field will represent each Industry. The list of industry leaders participating in Colorado Tech Week is extensive and can be found at www.ColoradoTechWeek.com. This list includes individuals such as: * Bret Asenault, general manager U.S. national security for Microsoft * Bruce Blyth, CEO of Crisis Management International, Inc. and former FBI and Secret Service agent * Julian Brodsky, founder and vice chairman of Comcast Corporation * Robert Brown, director of Nanotech Northern Ireland * Sue Mencer, former director of the Office for Domestic Preparedness at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (ODP) under President George W. Bush * David Moll, CEO of Webroot, a Colorado based privacy software company * Bill Mooz, senior director utility computing for Sun Microsystems * Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay For the complete listing of experts, events, locations, times and additional information about Colorado Tech Week, please visit www.ColoradoTechWeek.com. Media are invited to attend activities at no cost. Please contact Jonita LeRoy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-892-3840 to RSVP. About The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT): The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade offers a host of programs and services tailored to support business development at every level. For more information or to sign up for OEDIT's free eNewsletter, visit www.AdvanceColorado.com.
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