ArmTech 2009 Set for November 5-8 in Silicon Valley

armtechlogoYEREVAN (ArmRadio)–The Armenian high tech industry Congress (ArmTech) will hold its 2009 conference showcasing high tech industry capabilities of the Republic of Armenia from November 5 through 8 in Silicon Valley, California.

This is the third annual ArmTech Congress conceived under the theme of “learning from the past and inventing the future.” The event will bring together professionals interested in engaging the global Armenian community and the rapidly rising High Tech Industry sector in Armenia.

This year’s conference, set to be held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California, will include a keynote speech from Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan. US Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo will also speak at the event.

The lineup of speakers includes representatives from the industry in Armenia and the US, as well as government officials and scholars.

The government Armenia stresses the importance of ArmTech Congress as a platform to discuss, plan and execute policies and actions to keep Armenia on its current path of steady technological and economic achievement, and increasing global recognition as one of the fastest growing high tech destinations in the world.

“The achievements of Armenia’s high tech industry in recent years, as well as the essential need to advance the technological Armenian community, urge us to improve communication and cooperation among professionals in high tech, establish international business skills and perfect advanced high tech industry composition,” said Sargsyan commenting on the Congress. “We must also develop new contacts and business opportunities to create compatible, comprehensive operations that improve Armenia’s business and information high tech industry environment.”

The ArmTech Congress will also provide an unmatched opportunity to obtain business and professional information, and to connect with government representatives, major players in the financial and services sectors, and leading academics from Armenia, the U.S. and elsewhere around the world.

“I am hopeful that the ArmTech Congress will possess a constructional character and unite allies who, as a result of their discussions, will introduce advanced concepts and new approaches and solutions for the high tech sector,” said Armenian Economy Minister Nerses Yeritsyan. “I am sure it will greatly promote knowledge-based economic development in Armenia.”

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