Salt Lake City—Women Tech Council (WTC), a Utah-based organization focused on technology-related women in business, is hosting its “Tech Talk” speaking seminar on July 20. The interactive event will discuss the mobile phone applications that may help professionals succeed in business. The event will take place from noon to 1:30 p.m., and will take place at Vérité (608 W. 9320 S. in Sandy). Admission is $20 for WTC members and $30 for non-members, and includes lunch.
The Tech Talk event will feature Kimberly Jones, founder of Vérité. Jones’ work focuses on digital production for sales, marketing and training communications, as well as web-based business applications. She is also Chairman of the Board for WTC and a trustee on Westminster College’s MBA Advisory Board.
The event will also feature Alison Wistner, principal at Mercato Partners, a private equity firm that invests in high-growth technology and consumer businesses. Wistner also currently serves as Chairman of the Board at Cymphonix, Inc. and as a board advisor for two other portfolio companies.
“This Tech Talk event may help to answer the question, ‘What mobile apps are best for business and productivity?’ Kimberly and Alison will share their favorite apps and their experience of what works and what doesn’t, and the audience will be encouraged to participate via their mobile devices,” said WTC Director Cydni Tetro.