San Francisco, CA, June 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Premier Event Series Gathers the Technology, Startup, and Government Community Together for an In-Depth Open Discussion
Startup Policy Lab, a tech nonprofit working at the intersection of technology and government, today announced their upcoming speaker event “Fireside Chat” to be held in the Runway Incubator in San Francisco on Thursday, July 2, 2015.
The event will feature a behind-the-scenes interview and audience Q&A with Travis LeBlanc Chief of the Bureau of Enforcement, FCC. The Enforcement Bureau is the primary organizational unit within the Federal Communications Commission responsible for enforcement of provisions of the Communications Act, the Commission's rules, Commission orders. Critical areas of enforcement include those related to net neutrality.
“We are honored to have Travis LeBlanc join us for the evening. San Francisco is in the center of innovation and, for many issues critically important to our community, the FCC is the primary regulatory agency,” says Charles Belle, founder and CEO of Startup Policy lab. “We are incredibly excited to learn more about Mr. LeBlanc’s thoughts and strategy related to the FCC’s plan on enforcing the recent decision on net neutrality. We are also happy to announce that we are collaborating with Runway Incubator as our host partner. It should a fun and engaging evening.”
Tickets are available through Eventbrite and from the website http://www.startuppolicylab.org until sold out. Early bird tickets are $25. General Admission tickets are $50. Appetizers and beverages are included with admission. Partners for the event include Runway Incubator. For media or sponsorship requests, please contact Ariane Mohamadi at email@example.com.
About Startup Policy Lab
Startup Policy Lab is a tech nonprofit working at the intersection of technology and government. Our mission is to promote innovation, openness, and data-driven policymaking. We build tools that improve the decision-making process.
Startup Policy Lab Programming Director