Dot Com Detroit's Networking Reception to Top Off 2001 Michigan IT Summit

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from i-TE@M

    DETROIT, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Dot Com Detroit today announced that the
 organization will host a networking reception to wrap up the upcoming Michigan
 IT Summit 2001, to be held May 8, 2001 at Cobo Hall in Detroit.  The IT
 Summit, Michigan's only statewide information technology conference, is one of
 the nation's prime venues for showcasing new developments and business models
 for the IT industry.  Over 1,200 members of Michigan's IT community attended
 this event last year, and over 1,400 are expected at this year's event.
     The reception will be held at Smart-Detroit, a high technology business
 center and technology business accelerator, located on the 13th Floor of the
 Penobscot Building in downtown Detroit.  The event will wrap up the Summit's
 daylong agenda of keynote speakers, breakout sessions, awards and networking.
 The reception will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. and will be free to Summit
 attendees.
     Dot Com Detroit is the local meeting place for venture capitalists and
 entrepreneurs to come together, ultimately fostering the growth of the
 technology industry in Metro Detroit.  Founded in February 2001, the
 organization meets the last Wednesday every month and is open to
 entrepreneurs, investors or professional services providers interested in
 getting involved in the local digital economy.
     "Michigan IT Summit 2001 is the premier technology event in the state,"
 said Jennifer Hoover, co-founder of Dot Com Detroit.  "Our participation and
 support of the event is helping both Smart-Detroit and Dot Com Detroit gain
 greater visibility and membership.  The IT Summit provides a perfect platform
 for networking with key technology leaders."
     Michigan IT Summit 2001 is hosted by i-TE@M, the Information Technology
 Association of Michigan.  The theme of the 2001 Summit is "Defining the New
 Economy," and keynote speakers include Lucent's Steve Akers and Marc
 Andresson, founder of LoudCloud.  To register, please visit
 http://www.i-team.org/itsummit .  Cost is $100 per person prior to May 8 and
 $150 per person at the door.
 
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    DETROIT, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Dot Com Detroit today announced that the
 organization will host a networking reception to wrap up the upcoming Michigan
 IT Summit 2001, to be held May 8, 2001 at Cobo Hall in Detroit.  The IT
 Summit, Michigan's only statewide information technology conference, is one of
 the nation's prime venues for showcasing new developments and business models
 for the IT industry.  Over 1,200 members of Michigan's IT community attended
 this event last year, and over 1,400 are expected at this year's event.
     The reception will be held at Smart-Detroit, a high technology business
 center and technology business accelerator, located on the 13th Floor of the
 Penobscot Building in downtown Detroit.  The event will wrap up the Summit's
 daylong agenda of keynote speakers, breakout sessions, awards and networking.
 The reception will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. and will be free to Summit
 attendees.
     Dot Com Detroit is the local meeting place for venture capitalists and
 entrepreneurs to come together, ultimately fostering the growth of the
 technology industry in Metro Detroit.  Founded in February 2001, the
 organization meets the last Wednesday every month and is open to
 entrepreneurs, investors or professional services providers interested in
 getting involved in the local digital economy.
     "Michigan IT Summit 2001 is the premier technology event in the state,"
 said Jennifer Hoover, co-founder of Dot Com Detroit.  "Our participation and
 support of the event is helping both Smart-Detroit and Dot Com Detroit gain
 greater visibility and membership.  The IT Summit provides a perfect platform
 for networking with key technology leaders."
     Michigan IT Summit 2001 is hosted by i-TE@M, the Information Technology
 Association of Michigan.  The theme of the 2001 Summit is "Defining the New
 Economy," and keynote speakers include Lucent's Steve Akers and Marc
 Andresson, founder of LoudCloud.  To register, please visit
 http://www.i-team.org/itsummit .  Cost is $100 per person prior to May 8 and
 $150 per person at the door.
 
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