October 13, 2012 - Saturday

 

Non-Profit Info Tables

This year we are offering  4' non profit info tables. These info tables are for promoting your non profit business and are not intended for inventors or vendors.

All non profit info table spaces come with table, tablecloth, and one chair, but DO NOT come with pipe and drape.

Each table comes with one general admission ticket. Additional tickets must be purchased separately.

 

TO REGISTER FOR A BOOTH, CLICK THE BLUE REGISTRATION BANNER ABOVE.

You will then be asked to log in or sign up for an account. After this is completed you will be able to register for a booth or any upcoming event at DaVinci Institute. 

 

Register to Attend

General Admission ($20 non-members / $15 members / Super Members Free)
VIP Attendance ($79 non-members / $69 members)

 


 

 

DENVER MERCHANDISE MART DETAILS AND ADD ONS

- ACCOMODATIONS - 

Coming from out of the area? 

HERE'S A LIST OF PREFERRED MOTELS NEAR DENVER MERCHANDISE MART.

- PHONE - 

Need to order phone service (land line) for your booth? HERE's HOW. 

- ELECTRICITY -

Electricity is provided at an additional cost and ALL vendors and exhibitors requiring electricity MUST be set up through Denver Merchandise Mart HERE.

- SHIPPING -

THESE SPECIAL SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS if you wish to ship something to the Denver Merchandise Mart or plan to ship something after the event is over.  

- WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION -

Wireless internet through the Denver Merchandise Mart is $9.99/day and MUST be set up through them HERE.

- DENVER MERCHANDISE MART VENDOR/EXHIBITOR RULES - 

All vendors and exhibitors MUST abide by the rules set forth by the Denver Merchandise Mart HERE.

 

EVENT: 2012 DaVinci Inventor Showcase - 4' Non Profit Info Table
DATE: October 13, 2012 - Saturday
TIME: 09:00am-7:30pm
WEBSITE: http://www.davinciinstitute.com/events/601/2012-davinci-inventor-showcase--4-non-profit-info-table-saturday-october-13-2012

LOCATION: Denver Merchandise Mart, 451 East 58th Avenue. Denver, CO 80216 (303) 292-6278
DIRECTIONS: Driving Directions

COST: $250, Members: $250, SuperMembers: $250

PHONE: 303-666-4133

TOPIC:
SPEAKERS: Oliver Kuttner, Teresa Stanek Rea, Thomas Frey

SPEAKER: Oliver Kuttner

Chief Executive Officer for Edison2

Oliver Kuttner is founder and Chief Executive Officer for Edison2. In September 2010 Edison2 was awarded the top prize in the 100 Mile per Gallon Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize competition, winning the Mainstream class and with it $5 million.

Oliver Kuttner is also a commercial real estate developer who was pivotal in revitalizing Charlottesville, Virginia’s downtown.


SPEAKER: Teresa Stanek Rea

Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Teresa Stanek Rea is Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Ms. Rea oversees an office that encourages innovation and technological advancement, and helps businesses protect their investments, promote their goods and safeguard against deception in the marketplace. Before joining USPTO in 2011, Ms. Rea was a leading attorney in the field of intellectual property with more than 25 years of legal experience and a past president of the American Intellectual Property Law Association.


HOST: Thomas Frey

Executive Director and Senior Futurist at the DaVinci Institute

Thomas Frey is Executive Director and Senior Futurist at the DaVinci Institute as well as Google top rated futurist speaker.

As part of the celebrity speaking circuit, Tom continually pushes the envelope of understanding, creating fascinating images of the world to come.  His keynote talks on futurist topics have captivated people ranging from high level government officials to executives in Fortune 500 companies including NASA, IBM, AT&T, Hewlett-Packard, Lucent Technologies, First Data, Boeing, Capital One, Bell Canada, Visa, Ford Motor Company, Qwest, Allied Signal, Hunter Douglas, Direct TV, International Council of Shopping Centers, National Association of Federal Credit Unions, Times of India, Leaders in Dubai, and many more.

Because of his work inspiring inventors and other revolutionary thinkers, Tom has been referred to as the modern "Father of Invention" and the "Dean of Futurists."  Before launching the DaVinci Institute, Tom spent 15 years at IBM as an engineer and designer where he received over 270 awards, more than any other IBM engineer.