Prior to the Hall of Fame and Innovation Awards presentations, members of Idaho’s business and technology communities will exhibit their innovative products and technologies during an “Innovation Showcase” starting at 5 p.m. The dinner and program follows from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
October 23, 2019
The ITC Hall of Fame recognizes innovative technology leaders and companies who have made a significant contribution to Idaho’s technology community. Idaho National Laboratory and the J.R. Simplot Company are this year’s inductees. The event will feature Brad Smith, Executive Chairman of Intuit, as the keynote speaker. HP is the signature sponsor for the event, which is expected to attract more than 800 businesses and technology professionals from around the state.
Members of the Idaho Technology Council do receive discounted rates on ticket and table sales. Contact Project Manager Christina Slaughter for information email@example.com
Finalists have been selected in the 14th Annual Idaho Innovation Awards, presented by Stoel Rives LLP, Trailhead and the Idaho Technology Council (ITC), with support from Deloitte. The Idaho Innovation Awards spotlight innovations, innovative professionals and innovative companies statewide. Winners will be named at an awards presentation during the ITC’s tenth annual Hall of Fame celebration on Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at Boise Centre.
As the state’s premier business innovation awards program, the Idaho Innovation Awards recognize groundbreaking accomplishments in five categories. Finalists include (alphabetical order):
Commercialized Innovation of the Year
- Advanced Electrolyte Model by Idaho National Laboratory
- EVAS by ECCO Safety Group
- PreView Side Defender®II by PRECO Electronics®
Consumer Product of the Year
- Inergy Apex Portable Solar Generator by Inergy
- The Play Gym by Lovevery
- Winch Line Shackle Mounts by FACTOR 55 LLC
Early-Stage Innovation of the Year
Innovative Company of the Year
Innovator of the Year
- Dr. Henry Chu, Idaho National Laboratory
- Doug Hackler, American Semiconductor
- Peter C. Kong, Ph.D., Cogent Energy Systems
The nominations, submitted between June 11 and July 31, were judged by a selection committee consisting of leaders from Idaho’s business, technology and academic communities. Votes were tallied by accountants at Deloitte.
October 24, 2019
The Law Firm COO & CFO Forum is the premier gathering of eponymous title holders and their executive brethren from throughout the AmLaw 200.
Our forum addresses key developments and trends impacting the business of law.
We leverage industry-leading Thomson Reuters analytics to offer robust and substantive portraits of the North American legal market.
Conference attendees are able to network and engage their colleagues throughout three days of (in)formal dialogue.
As a takeaway, attendees can expect practical advice for improving one’s productivity and anticipating firm needs in 2019 and beyond
October 24, 2019
Join ULI Idaho Women’s Leadership Initiative at “Urban Brain
Bites” where a video will be viewed over the lunch hour followed by a discussion about the content of the video, the message and any actions to be taken. Think “book club” without having to read a book!
Event fees include lunch: Members $10/Non-Members $15, YLG & Students Members $5/Non-Members $10.
Hosted & Sponsored by Hawley Troxell
October 25, 2019
The Idaho U.S. Courts will present the 2019 Bench-Bar Conference in Boise on Friday, October 25 at the Boise Centre. Read on for details.
The Boise conference will feature the following interesting and thought-provoking topics: “An Unexpected Silver Lining in the Silver Valley,” “A Little Knowledge is a Necessary Thing – What the non-Bankruptcy Lawyer Needs to Know about Bankruptcy Law Issues in non-Bankruptcy cases,” “Respectful Workplaces – Employment Practices and Policies in the Federal Courts and Law Firms,” “Tomorrow’s Lawyers Today – A Conversation with Law Students, Placement Officers and Hiring Partners about Expectations, Realities, and Changing Times,” and “The Lawyer as Advocate and Problem Solver in Federal Court – Fundamentals, Craft and Virtuosity.”
CLE credits, a great luncheon (included in your registration fee), interesting and useful programs, good conversation, and connecting with old friends and new acquaintances. No wonder this conference continues to be the best CLE value and most interesting legal conference in the West!
Tell your friends, and we’ll see you there!
October 25, 2019
Join us for an exciting night of celebration and success. The Sparkling Wine Spectacular is a time to honor and celebrate the trainees of the past year and all of YOU for helping support them on their journey to a better future. Watch as we award this years Davis Butler Trainee of the Year.
We’ll have plenty of New Orleans flavor, beer & wine, fantastic auction items, champagne, and stories of success! You won’t want to miss it.
Make a difference!