As a former small business owner and mayor of Provo, Utah, Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) has a unique perspective on what it takes to keep the American economy growing and how to create jobs for local communities.
Watch the recording of the event as ITI President and CEO Jason Oxman moderates a panel featuring Congressman John Curtis (R-UT); Steve Hartell, Vice President of Public Policy at Amazon; Shannon Taylor, Head of Technology and Manufacturing Affairs at Intel Corporation; and Kent Walker, President of Global Affairs & Chief Legal Officer at Google to discuss supporting the future of tech innovation and policy priorities aimed at keeping the U.S. competitive on the global stage.
The U.S. tech sector has helped the U.S. economy thrive and compete on an international scale for more than a century. That’s been made possible by industry efforts to grow a sustainable and diverse workforce and a policy environment that has helped technology companies lead the world in developing innovative products and services. This includes groundbreaking, disruptive technologies that transform markets, address societal challenges, and allow us to imagine entirely new solutions that facilitate the creation and commercial engagement by an increasingly wide range of firms, entrepreneurs, and individuals.