On November 3, 2016, REVERB, presented by the Colorado Innovation Network and Sound Ventures, matched Colorado public sector changemakers with leading edge entrepreneurs and innovators who have technologies and solutions that are ripe for consumption by government. This one-day event included keynote sessions and four topics, as well as one-on-one meetings between Colorado state and local government leaders and national startups to explore opportunities for collaboration.
Looking forward, REVERB is committed to continuing these conversations and examining ways to further integrate the latest technologies and redesign public services to better serve our communities.
Agenda at a Glance
Our first Reverb Conference focused on four key topics exploring fresh solutions to complex challenges, including cybersecurity, education, smart cities and enterprise platform solutions.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Presented in Partnership with the Colorado Innovation Network and Sound Ventures
Colorado Innovation Network
The Colorado Innovation Network (COIN) is a catalyst for innovation with the mission of advancing connections in the global innovation ecosystem whereby Colorado is recognized as the most innovative state in the nation. COIN is a physical and virtual network of more than 2000 global leaders supporting the innovation ecosystem, growing companies and creating jobs. COIN supports the state’s innovation economy by convening and connecting the network and championing this Colorado Innovation Story.
Colorado’s innovation ecosystem is rapidly evolving. With so many great public and private efforts across the state working to expand our innovation footprint, COIN is focused on Colorado’s opportunities to accelerate innovation in the public sector. As a public-private partnership, COIN is uniquely poised to move this conversation forward.
Sound Ventures a recently formed venture capital firm founded by Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary that provides early stage venture and private equity investments. The firm's investments focus on technology companies with a strong emphasis on civically-focused startups, including OpenGov and Neighborly.