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Tuesday, October 8
 

9:00am

Practical Applications of Machine Learning for Business
Limited Capacity seats available

The world has seen a massive rise in popularity for venture investment, conferences, and business-related queries for “machine learning” since 2012 – but most technology executives often have trouble identifying where their business might actually apply machine learning (ML) to business problems. With new AI buzzwords being created weekly, it can seem difficult to get ahold of what applications are viable, and which are hype, hyperbole or hoax.

In this talk, we’ll break down categories of business problems that are commonly handled by ML provide actionable advice to begin a ML initiative with the right approach and perspective (even it’s the first such project you’ve undertaken at your company).

Best of all, we’ll reference real business use cases, along with expert perspectives on “how to solve business problems with ML” from our panel of AI engineers and executives. The increasing availability of affordable and flexible computing power is making AI and machine learning accessible to more and more businesses, which are using the technology in a wide variety of ways. Should you be using it to solve your present business challenges?

Speakers
avatar for Josh Johnston

Josh Johnston

Director of AI Science, Kount
Josh Johnston leads Kount’s AI Science team in its fight against digital fraud. His algorithms operate in less than 250ms to protect hundreds of millions of dollars of payment transactions each day. Previously, he built self-driving cars for the DARPA Grand Challenges, autonomy... Read More →
avatar for Conrad Kennington

Conrad Kennington

Principal Machine Learning Engineer, Kount
avatar for Casey Kennington

Casey Kennington

Assistant Professor, Boise State University


Tuesday October 8, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Trailhead Boise 500 S 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA

10:00am

Data Protection & Ransomware
Limited Capacity seats available

Protecting your valuable data – whether it’s crucial business information or precious family photos – from cyber criminals who want to encrypt it and force you to pay a ransom to get it back has become a paramount concern for IT professionals and home users alike.

But malware is just one of the many things that data security has to contend with. There are also computer viruses, hackers, insider threats and data loss due to hardware failure, natural disaster or user error.

Let’s take a broader look at data security, its history and the steps you can take to safeguard your digital information.

Speakers
avatar for Jake Heath

Jake Heath

Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Whether it be a Fortune 500 company or a startup, technology companies are not immune from competitors, former employees, and relentless cybercriminals. To protect his clients’ intellectual property, their data, their customers, Jake Heath offers the most diligent and aggressive... Read More →
avatar for Brad Frazer

Brad Frazer

Experienced Internet, IP and IT Lawyer, Hawley Troxell
Bradlee Frazer is a member of the firm’s business and finance group and chairs the firm’s Internet and intellectual property group. In addition to emphasizing and focusing on all facets of Internet law, Intellectual Property law, and Information Technology law, Mr. Frazer is also... Read More →
avatar for Clark Harshbarger

Clark Harshbarger

Special Agent, FBI
Clark leads complex computer intrusion investigations for fortune 500 organizations, public and government organizations, and small/medium US businesses. He provides executive advisement, incident response, mitigation, remediation, and strategic post remediation recommendations, and... Read More →
avatar for Cory Marsh

Cory Marsh

Principal Security Consultant, BitSlip 6
Computer Security Expert specializing in penetration testing with over 20 years of Internet security experience. He has been doing Network Penetration Testing professionally since 1998 and has taught classes on Networking and Computer Security all over the country.
avatar for Zach Johnson

Zach Johnson

CTO, AeroCMS
Co-founder and CTO of a successful IT managed services provider and managed security services provider with 17 years as a Secure IT Solutions Architect and Analyst with a deep passion for cyber security, system automation and innovative problem-solving. Zach regularly volunteers time... Read More →


Tuesday October 8, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Trailhead Boise 500 S 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA

11:00am

The U.S. Census Bureau Opportunity Project: Using Open Data and Technology for Good
Limited Capacity seats available

The Opportunity Project is a process for engaging government, communities, and technologists to create digital tools that address our greatest challenges as a nation. In the 4 years the program has been running, over 80 tools have been created tackling the challenges of disaster recovery, the opioids crisis, providing resources to homeless youth, finding affordable housing, and more. Companies like Microsoft, Esri, IBM, LinkedIn, and Mapbox have participated in the process and created tools like interactive games, mobile apps, mapping tools, data visualization websites, and many others to help communities around the country.

In this talk, Radhika Bhatt, the Director of Civic Engagement with The Opportunity Project will share insights into the process for collaboration, the challenges that have been explored, the tools that have been built thus far, and what’s next for the initiative. Many startups and universities have engaged with TOP to improve existing tools or build new ones to help solve local and national problems, and there is more opportunity to get involved. This year, TOP is focusing on creating solutions to workforce related challenges, and ensuring a complete count for the 2020 Census. Additionally, TOP will be launching a prize competition this year where teams that have built products through the process can compete for a monetary prize to continue building and deploying their product(s) to communities. This talk is particularly relevant for those interested in civic tech and using technology for good, and for anyone interested in getting involved in The Opportunity Project.

Speakers
avatar for Radhika Bhatt

Radhika Bhatt

Director of Civic Engagement, U.S. Census Bureau
Radhika Bhatt is a civic technologist and community organizer who is passionate about using human centered design for good. As the Director of Civic Engagement with The Opportunity Project (TOP) at the Census Open Innovation Labs, she manages TOP’s 12-week sprints, leads engagement... Read More →


Tuesday October 8, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Trailhead Boise 500 S 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA

12:00pm

Keynote: 10X Your Early Product Development with Game Thinking (Lunch included)
Limited Capacity seats available

Lunch provided free of charge. Food served at 12:00 p.m. Talk begins at 12:15 p.m.
Be sure to also check out Amy Jo's workshop, Secrets of Game Thinking, on Wednesday at 2pm.

How are market-leading products born? What conditions set the stage for successful innovation? 
By definition, successful innovations reach a mainstream audience. But they never start off that way. That’s the paradox of innovation: the “typical” people in your market are not the same ones you need to “woo” when bringing your idea to life.

That’s where Game Thinking comes in. Game Thinking is a proven system for accelerating innovation and creating products that people love...and keep loving. Game Thinking empowers product leaders, designers and entrepreneurs to build lasting customer relationships using engagement techniques from hit games.

Learn how to help your customers to get better at something they care about -- like playing an instrument or leading a team. Game Thinking builds on the principles of Lean, Agile, and Design Thinking - and takes it to the next level. Get the tools you need to build engagement from the ground up.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Jo Kim

Amy Jo Kim

CEO & Best-selling Author, gamethinking.io
Named by Fortune as one of the top 10 influential women in games, Amy Jo Kim is a game designer, community architect, and innovation coach. Her design credits include Rock Band, The Sims, eBay, Netflix, nytimes.com, Ultima Online, Covet Fashion, & Happify.Amy Jo has helped thousands... Read More →


Tuesday October 8, 2019 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Trailhead Boise 500 S 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA
 
Wednesday, October 9
 

1:00pm

Fireside Chat with Dom Ramirez and Caleb Donegan: Leveraging Technology to Disrupt an Old School Industry
Limited Capacity seats available

First to have a direct API with Google, just acquired its largest competitor in the US and 60% growth year over year, just to name a few milestones and achievements Vacasa has under its belt. Come and learn more about what it means to deploy cutting edge technology in an outdated and underserved industry and become the largest Vacation Rental Manager in the US during a fireside chat with their VP of Digital - Caleb Donegan.

Speakers
avatar for Dom Ramirez

Dom Ramirez

Founder, Beta Canon
Dom Ramirez is a lifelong entrepreneur, software developer and designer. He has been building startups and leading software teams for more than a decade. He's been involved with Boise Startup Week for 3 years and served as the Tech Track Chair for BSW2018.Dom is the founder of Beta... Read More →
avatar for Caleb Donegan

Caleb Donegan

Vice President of Digital, Vacasa
As vice president of digital at Vacasa, Caleb Donegan is responsible for all aspects of e-commerce for Vacasa including marketing, optimization, and channel revenue growth. Caleb brings over a decade of experience to his role and specializes in SEO, SEM, and email marketing strategies... Read More →


Wednesday October 9, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

2:00pm

Workshop: Secrets of Game Thinking
Limited Capacity seats available

Get the expert tools & guidance you need to build a better product in less time. This practical, hands-on workshop is designed to get you results – fast.

Do you want to harness the deep power of games to build a more compelling product? Do you want to leverage the insider gaming techniques that REALLY work – the ones that that produce long-lasting, breakthrough hits?

In this high-powered, hands-on Game Thinking workshop, we’ll pull back the curtain and reveal step-by-step how successful games actually come to life – and show you how to leverage these ideas to super-charge YOUR product design process.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Jo Kim

Amy Jo Kim

CEO & Best-selling Author, gamethinking.io
Named by Fortune as one of the top 10 influential women in games, Amy Jo Kim is a game designer, community architect, and innovation coach. Her design credits include Rock Band, The Sims, eBay, Netflix, nytimes.com, Ultima Online, Covet Fashion, & Happify.Amy Jo has helped thousands... Read More →



Wednesday October 9, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
JUMP - (1st Floor, Share Studio)

3:00pm

Fireside Chat with Amy Gile of Silverdraft and John Parry of Nissan Design America
Limited Capacity seats available

Visualization-based Design is reshaping industries thanks to advances in VR technologies. Companies like Silverdraft enable these advances developing advanced supercomputing architectures to address the significant computational and processing needs of high-end rendering, VR, visual effects, and visualizations.

Come hear Amy and John chat about how he led Nissan Design America to embrace Visualization-based Design, why he felt it was important, and where he sees the future.

Moderators
avatar for Amy Gile

Amy Gile

CEO, Silverdraft Supercomputing
Amy began her career in media and entertainment nationally and internationally. After spending time in front of the camera as an actor and then as a Producer she identified a need in the industry for a better solution for production and for the artist. The demands of rendering, animation... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for John Parry

John Parry

Sr. Manager Design Business, Nissan Motor Corporation
After being recruited from school by Unilever in Europe, John became one of their youngest ever Managers after training in Cost and Management Accounting. His career with Unilever, a short 7 years with a professional Photographic processing firm in Southern California and 28 years... Read More →


Wednesday October 9, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
JUMP (JUMP Room- 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702
 
Thursday, October 10
 

9:00am

Data Privacy and Security for Startups
Limited Capacity seats available

The data privacy regulatory environment is taking shape, but how does that affect my small business? Learn where data privacy comes into play, and why doing things right from the start is easier than you think. Be sure your startup or small business has the bases covered without breaking the bank.

Speakers
avatar for Claire Rosston

Claire Rosston

Associate, Holland & Hart LLP
Claire Rosston is an attorney at Holland & Hart LLP who counsels clients in data privacy and security and commercial transactions, including business acquisitions and secured financings.  Her data privacy and security practice involves counseling clients on compliance with U.S. federal... Read More →
avatar for Dan DeCloss

Dan DeCloss

Founder and President/CEO, PlexTrac, Inc.
Dan is the Founder and CEO of PlexTrac and has over 14 years of experience in Cybersecurity. Dan started his career in the Department of Defense and then moved on to consulting where he worked for various companies including serving as Principal Consultant for Veracode. Aside from... Read More →


Thursday October 10, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

10:00am

Lean Hardware Development: What's Working for Companies Big and Small
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderators
avatar for Ryan Gray

Ryan Gray

Co-Founder and CEO, SGW Designworks
Product Development Specialist and Co-Founder of SGW DesignWorks. Specializing in taking your products from idea to reality. Interested in developing meaningful new products - ranging from enterprise electronics to consumer products.Diverse background: Business start-ups, product... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Steve Howarth

Steve Howarth

Director of HW Engineering, Cradlepoint
I love working in many different roles: customer-facing, core engineering, program management, and people management are just a few. What *really* drives me is knowing I have accomplished something that matters, each and every day. I'm energetic and self-driven, and a great communicator... Read More →
avatar for Rich Reavis

Rich Reavis

Director of Engineering, Black Box VR
avatar for James Shawver

James Shawver

Founder, CEO, SWYM
James is a passionate developer and designer. Following this passion, he obtained a degree as an Electrical Engineer and started a company, SWYM, that solves all types of design challenges.Electronics product design is the specialty at SWYM. With mechanical, electrical, and software... Read More →


Thursday October 10, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

11:00am

AI & Machine Learning: How Did We Get Here?
Limited Capacity filling up

Machine learning as a concept has existed as long as practical artificial intelligence, since the invention of the Perceptron in 1957.  But you would be correct to say that machine learning's popularity within the AI community has waxed and waned over the years, with a lot of interest in recent years due to the successes of deep neural networks. Today, a lot of these and other techniques are still used as part of more complex AI systems, though machine learning can often be used in some part of the system to help it improve.

So what was the AI community investing in when machine learning seemed less promising? Today we'll discuss logic and automated reasoning in the early days of AI research, how we managed to encode a lot of simple facts into a machine, and how those machines use inference and deduction to reach an answer.

Moderators
avatar for Erick Herring

Erick Herring

CTO, VYNYL
Erick Herring is Vynyl’s Chief Technology Officer. Erick has been building and operating internet-based systems since the Internet was still the NSFNet and has been building the web since it was distributed as a set of floppy disks for NeXT computers. Erick’s career has been focused... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Craig Rieger

Craig Rieger

Chief Control Systems Research Engineer and Directorate Fellow, Idaho National Laboratory
Craig Rieger, PhD, PE, is the Chief Control Systems Research Engineer at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), pioneering multidisciplinary research in the area of next generation resilient control systems. In addition, he has organized and chaired nine Institute of Electrical and... Read More →
avatar for Steve Gorrono

Steve Gorrono

R&D Scientist/Signal Processing Engineer, Saalex Solutions, DoD Labs
Steve Gorrono is a Data Scientist/Machine Learning Engineer with professional experience in Deep Learning and custom machine learning engines. Steve’s most recent experience includes the training and deployment of convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural networks and a variety... Read More →
avatar for Josh Johnston

Josh Johnston

Director of AI Science, Kount
Josh Johnston leads Kount’s AI Science team in its fight against digital fraud. His algorithms operate in less than 250ms to protect hundreds of millions of dollars of payment transactions each day. Previously, he built self-driving cars for the DARPA Grand Challenges, autonomy... Read More →


Thursday October 10, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

12:00pm

Blue-Collar Turned Software Developer in 16 Weeks: My Journey to Tech as a Refugee
Limited Capacity seats available

Is the American Dream still alive? If you ask African refugee and recent Boise Coding Dojo graduate Yamin Hakizimana, his answer would be a resounding “yes.” In this talk we'll discuss how Coding Bootcamps are transforming the tech talent pipeline and also changing the lives of thousands of aspiring tech workers across the US.

Moderators
avatar for Stephen Sinco

Stephen Sinco

Head of Marketing, Coding Dojo

Speakers
avatar for Yamin Hakizimana

Yamin Hakizimana

Jr. Software Developer, VYNYL
I am full stack Software developer and extremely passionate tech professional that strives to innovate.I came to America five years ago as a refugee(an Asylum Seeker) from Burundi. In December of 2018 that's when I first found out about the Coding Dojo of Boise through the meet up... Read More →
avatar for Brittany Kragerud

Brittany Kragerud

Program Success Manager, Coding Dojo
I have a passion for people and experiences. I believe that whatever opportunity I am apart of should be made the absolute best. I do whatever I can to promote the organization and the people I am surrounded by. Whatever it takes I believe in creating an environment that is contagious... Read More →


Thursday October 10, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

1:00pm

Grow Your Career: Personal Journeys from School to the C-Suite. Presented by Women Innovators (W.IN)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Join the discussion with professionals from a cross-section of Idaho's top institutions. Meet a recent college graduate, a mid-career professional, a VP-level executive, and get a view from the C-suite. Startup, mid-level or giant enterprise -- how do you determine the best organization for you? What about health, retirement, and time-off benefits? What's it like to have a family and a career at the same time? How do you cultivate sponsors, and how are they different from mentors? Whether you are a seasoned veteran, a high school student, or some place in between, join the conversation.

Moderators
avatar for Alecia Murray

Alecia Murray

Senior Director, Digital Products, Lovevery
Alecia Murray is a strategic business leader with extensive Research & Development (R&D), business, strategy and product management experience. She worked for Hewlett-Packard for 15 years in engineering and leadership roles before moving to local Boise start-up, Cradlepoint, where... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rachael Hogan

Rachael Hogan

Software Engineer, Kount
Software Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Vue.js, Java, HTML, Leadership, and Product Development. Strong engineering professional with a Bachelor of Science - BS focused in Computer Science from Boise... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Belt

Jennifer Belt

Director, SaaS Engineering, Cradlepoint
Jennifer Belt is a Senior Director of SaaS engineering at Cradlepoint, where she has worked since 2013. Previously she worked at HP for nearly 13 years, serving in roles including project manager, product owner, software developer and software dev lead. She earned her bachelor’s... Read More →
avatar for Nicole Harris Roberts

Nicole Harris Roberts

Director of Marketing, VYNYL
avatar for Brett Webb

Brett Webb

VP of Product, Truckstop.com
Webb comes from a diverse development and product delivery background. Brett began her career as a developer before holding various leadership positions in development, quality, and product delivery. She spent 17 years at HP and in her last role, moving to Product Marketing to extend... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Rolph

Jessica Rolph

Cofounder & CEO, Lovevery
Jessica is an entrepreneur and category creator. Passionate about the importance of early life, she is the Cofounder and CEO of Lovevery, a new child development company helping parents feel confident they are making the most of each learning stage. Jessica also serves on the board... Read More →


Thursday October 10, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

2:00pm

Lean Product Development
Limited Capacity filling up

In the hyper-competitive world we live in, lean product development is critically important. With disruption lurking around every corner, efficiently and quickly creating the products our customers want has become a matter of life and death for organizations in any sector. To survive, companies need a solid process for innovation.

What many of them have, instead, is an antiquated, cumbersome and ineffective approach they've clung to for years or borrowed from what they see other companies doing. In this session, we'll identify a number of problems that are common to many product development teams across industries.

Thinking of product and feature ideas of "experiments" that need to be tested and validated will save you time and large sums of money. Some entrepreneurs believe they need to write code or build an impressive prototype before any meaningful feedback can be had. Take a moment to explore the methods our panelists have employed to bring products to market that might have otherwise died on the vine.

Moderators
avatar for Nicole Harris Roberts

Nicole Harris Roberts

Director of Marketing, VYNYL

Speakers
avatar for Jill Nebeker

Jill Nebeker

Senior Product Manager, TSheets by Quickbooks
In the late 90s, I opted out of a PhD program in the humanities and opted into an internet startup -- I've been in the online space ever since. As Senior Product Manager at Intuit (working on the TSheets product), I obsess about effective team dynamics, compelling vision and OKRs... Read More →
avatar for Zach Chatterton

Zach Chatterton

CEO/Founder, Gather
avatar for Anthony Noriega

Anthony Noriega

Sr. Digital Product Manager, Blue Cross of Idaho
As a Digital Product Manager I help the business bring their visions to reality through technology.


Thursday October 10, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

3:00pm

Holding On for Dear Life: My 9 Years at Uber
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderators
avatar for David Montz

David Montz

Chief Technical Officer, AppDetex
I love building software that makes a difference. I love working with developers, testers, product managers, executives and just about everything in between. I am a technologist that has built many engineering teams, product iterations, and have had the pleasure of watching many products... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Dom Narducci IV

Dom Narducci IV

Staff Software Developer, Uber


Thursday October 10, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

4:00pm

The Future of 5G
Limited Capacity seats available

In this discussion, we’ll discuss the technologies used in rolling out 5G and what use-cases are being pursued. This is a 2020+ look into the future of Wireless and why 5G technology will be important for up and coming startup companies. Join us to learn how you can position yourself and your business for the coming advances in wireless communication.

Speakers
avatar for Roger Billings

Roger Billings

Chief Architect, Cradlepoint
As the Chief Architect at Cradlepoint, Roger currently focuses on developing multi-vendor business solutions with a focus on 4G and 5G technologies. Roger leads the technical strategy group for 5G within Cradlepoint. He is also actively engaged in developing strategic alliances with... Read More →


Thursday October 10, 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702
 
Friday, October 11
 

1:00pm

Fireside Chat with Dom Ramirez and Jeff Flitton: Building a Winning Technology Team and Culture
Limited Capacity seats available

Vacasa is the largest Vacation Rental Manager in the US. They reached this position in the market in part by deploying cutting edge technology from within. Join us for a fireside chat with Jeff Flitton, VP of Engineering, to find out more about Vacasa's proprietary technology and what it takes to build a winning technology team and culture that is chaining the landscape of an entire industry.  

Moderators
avatar for Dom Ramirez

Dom Ramirez

Founder, Beta Canon
Dom Ramirez is a lifelong entrepreneur, software developer and designer. He has been building startups and leading software teams for more than a decade. He's been involved with Boise Startup Week for 3 years and served as the Tech Track Chair for BSW2018.Dom is the founder of Beta... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Flitton

Jeff Flitton

Vice President of Engineering, Vacasa
Since 2017, Jeff Flitton has held senior roles in Vacasa’s software engineering department and currently serves as VP of engineering for the fast-growth company, overseeing a team of more than 90. During his tenure at Vacasa Jeff has spearheaded major platform changes within the... Read More →


Friday October 11, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

2:00pm

Entrepreneuring AR & VR
Limited Capacity seats available

A vigorous discussion surrounding the future of AR/VR and entrepreneurship. What are the opportunities now and what evolution of the technology is just around the corner? Gain valuable insight into whether augmented and virtual reality platforms can enhance your current business model or spark your next great company idea!

Moderators
avatar for Jim Bradbury

Jim Bradbury

General Manager, Black Box VR
Jim currently serves as the General Manager for Black Box VR and specializes in the creation, publishing and support of interactive products and services for various technology platforms. His 19 years of experience includes production management, product design, publishing operations... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Charles Westerberg

Charles Westerberg

Vice President of Business Development, Blackbox VR
VP of Business Development at award-winning Black Box VR, the worlds first virtual reality resistance-based fitness system.
avatar for Markus Nigrin

Markus Nigrin

CEO, Blocksmith XR
CEO of Blocksmith XR, a development platform that advances the evolution of virtual reality by providing creators a suite of simple to use products to develop and explore.
avatar for Brendan Smythe

Brendan Smythe

CEO, VR1
CEO of VR1, one of the countries first virtual reality focused video game arcades with a location in Eagle and a new location opening in downtown Boise.
avatar for Sheridan Hodson

Sheridan Hodson

Co-Founder, Epic Realty
Co-Founder of Epic Realty, an Idaho-based company leveraging virtual reality technology to change the way consumers buy and sell real estate.


Friday October 11, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm
JUMP (The Loft - 5th Floor) 1000 W Myrtle St, Boise, ID 83702

6:00pm

Idaho Virtual Reality Council's VR Bash
https://idahovirtualreality.com/2019VRBash/

One of Boise Startup Week's most popular events returns with the Idaho Virtual Reality Council's VR Bash!

Come to Strange Love (Formerly China Blue) for a fun evening of drinks and Virtual Reality!
Open bar from 6pm - 8pm!!!


Friday October 11, 2019 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Strange Love (formerly China Blue) 100 S 6th St, Boise, ID 83702