Agenda*

*We're still finalizing a few things!

Sponsors

Last Mile Sponsor

Middle-Mile Sponsor

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Backhaul
Sponsor

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Cloud Sponsor

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Who Should Attend?

All broadband stakeholders in Maine. Event sessions will be designed for those at an early stage AND advanced stage of knowledge and readiness.

 

This includes: 

County administrators;  emergency management agencies; Economic Development Districts; municipalities, utility districts, regional chambers of commerce, healthcare providers, libraries; school boards / superintendents, institutions of higher learning, community members, elected officials, philanthropies, IT professionals, policy wonks, and everything in between.  

What To Expect

One and a half days of programming built for attendees of all types. Broadband projects depend on community members to be well-equipped with the knowledge and resources to tackle every challenge in their way.

Thursday: Held online, this half day session will include a keynote speaker along with programming geared towards an online audience.

Friday: Though both in-person and online, we encourage attendance in Waterville on Friday. We plan to create spaces where people can meet, share ideas, and workshop solutions together.

Full agenda coming soon!

How To RSVP

Click on the link above to access information about tickets, accommodations, and other details!

 

Where: Thomas College, Waterville, Maine and Online

 

When: December 8th and 9th