[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This past Thursday, we combined two of our favorite things: technology and the arts. The event was entitled “Cirque du Technology,” and took place at the Nashville Symphony. Panelists engaged in a lively discussion, moderated by our fearless leader James Fields, about topics including data security, disaster relief and technology goals for 2016. Our panel experts had valuable insights and stories to share on how they use technology to drive their businesses forward and positively impact Nashville. The discussion was sandwiched between high-impact networking and the Cirque de la Symphonie performance with the Nashville Symphony. Below are our four most memorable moments from the evening:
4. Go-Go-Dennis Easter!
It’s hard to narrow down just one moment from our incredible panel discussion. The room was riveted by a group of executives from the Symphony, Tuck-Hinton Architecture, International Scholarship and Tuition Services, and Second Harvest Food Bank. The latter company was represented by Dennis Easter, who expressed that his favorite tech gadget was Inspector Gadget because he’s never been defeated. 🙂
3. Cirque de la Symphonie took the evening to new heights.
From silk dancers flying over the crowd to strongmen defying gravity, everything about Cirque de la Symphonie was mind-blowing!