Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce Offers Free Net-Neutrality Presentation


Submitted by: Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce is providing a panel discussion for area businesses to ask questions about the changing landscape of net-neutrality and gain understanding from expert panelists. This event is entirely free and open to the public and will be held on April 19 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn & Suites at the Bellingham Airport.

This presentation will educate local businesses on the changing landscape of net neutrality. Photo courtesy: Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Former CEO of Technology Alliance Group, Meg Weber will be moderating the panel. Weber is currently serving as director of marketing and business development at VSH PLLC.

The panel includes three professionals with varied experience within technology and data as an industry.

Panelist Representative Jeff Morris of the 40th district serves as Chair of the House Technology and Economic Development Committee.

John Van Oppen is a network architect at Wave Division Holdings and co-created Spectrum Networks in 2007 and CondoInternet in 2008. Van Oppen has also implemented other large IP networks with several other service providers. Van Oppen serves on the program committee of the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG.)

Will Saunders is a project manager at Open Data. Saunders has previously worked at the Department of Information Technology of Washington State as Director of Broadband Policy and Programs.

This event is part of On Topic, a speaker series sponsored by BP and facilitated by the Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce. These monthly meetings are centered around the needs of business owners and issues which concern them.

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