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AI and the Future of Business: Explore Innovation at Advantage Greenville

Advantage Greenville is set to be a pivotal event, inviting industry experts, visionaries, and business leaders to network and explore the vast potential of AI and its transformative influence on the future of business.

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Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights, learn about groundbreaking innovations, and connect with like-minded professionals, all while participating in the evolution of Greenville’s tech community.

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What does the future of AI look like? How will it impact our business and lives? Does Greenville have the tech talent needed for this?

If questions like this get your brain whirring, you’ll want to mark your calendar for Advantage Greenville. Hosted by The Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Furman University, this exciting thought leadership forum is happening this Friday, Nov. 17 at the Greenville One Center.

Bringing together visionaries and distinguished speakers from the world of AI and tech talent development, Advantage Greenville promises to be a gateway to the technological frontier.

Attendees get to kick off the day with a networking breakfast before a series of engaging conversations led by notable industry experts, like:

  • Patrick Musau, Ph.D., Google’s AI Accelerator Performance Team: This leading figure in the AI field will provide insights into Google’s advancements in AI and how they are shaping the business landscape. His expertise will shed light on the latest trends, challenges, and applications in the AI domain.
  • Spencer Tate and Nemath Ahmed, Co-Founders of dotflo: Tate and Ahmed will share how their AI-based productivity platform is revolutionizing businesses, discussing the role AI plays in enhancing productivity, streamlining operations, and driving success in various industries.
  • Lelia King, Executive Director of Build Carolina: King will provide a unique perspective on how education and workforce development are adapting to meet the growing demand for AI-related skills. Under her guidance, Build Carolina is shaping the future workforce by equipping individuals with the skills needed to excel in our increasingly tech-driven businesses.
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The next installment of Advantage Greenville will kick off with a networking breakfast followed by insightful presentations and a fireside chat featuring leaders from Amazon, PRISMA Health, and more.

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These insightful talks will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Garrett Stern, Executive Director of Furman University’s Center for Innovative Leadership. This “state of the union” conversation will explore the ways in which AI and technology are driving innovation and growth in Greenville and beyond.

Bonus: Advantage Greenville promises to unveil some special announcements (think: exciting local startup community news). This exclusive session of Advantage Greenville is presented in partnership with Furman University’s Alumni Office and the Center for Innovative Leadership.

Eager to gain insights from industry leaders, network with fellow enthusiasts, and stay on the cutting edge of AI and business innovation? Advantage Greenville is free to attend, but seats are limited.

Learn more and reserve your spot