Submitted by: Tri-Valley TV
The Fourth Annual Tri-Valley Innovation Forum, presented by the Livermore Chamber of Commerce and Innovation Tri-Valley, took place at Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery. Tri-Valley TV was there to record the event. The 90-minute show is currently airing on Channel 30 through the end of August. This unique expo and luncheon program featured businesses and organizations around the Tri-Valley.
According to Dale Kaye, CEO of Livermore Valley Chamber and board member of Innovation Tri-Valley, the Innovation Forums are inspired by a report done for Innovation Tri-Valley which indentified the many world class business asset we have in the Tri-Valley including 11 of the top 50 companies by revenue in the entire Bay Area, a high concentration of Gazelles. Two national labs and a workforce and student base that is comparable to Silicon Valley – Innovation Tri-Valley’s mission is to let the world know about what the cities of Danville, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton and San Ramon have to offer.
A main objective of the Innovation Forum was to explore today’s global and highly competitive economy. The panel spoke about American competitiveness, incentives for job creation and tax policies along with the need to focus on education. Keynote speakers for the luncheon program featured a panel of business experts. The event took place on July 26th and featured Ro Khanna, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service at the U.S. Department of Commerce for the Obama administration, Carl Guardino from the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, fifth generation winemaker Christine Wente, Anthony Zografos COO of Compact Particle Acceleration Corporation and Ken Turtletaub from Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.
Innovation Tri-Valley airs on Channel 30 at the following times:
Mondays at 11pm
Tuesdays at 8:30pm
Thursdays at 8:30pm
Fridays at 11pm
Sundays at 5:30pm
Tri-Valley Community Television, a 501c3, provides programming over channels TV 28, TV29, TV30 on Comcast Cable and on AT&T U-Verse via channel 99. Live streaming is also available on our website. Mobile devices can view the stations without an app by going to trivalleytv.org and clicking on the Android or Apple icon for the station they want to view.