Business community event calendar
#COST's Town Meeting 2015
Hosted by CT Council of Small Towns
8:00 AM-2:30 AM
100 Berlin Road, Cromwell
COST's Town Meeting 2015 is the largest gathering of mayors, first selectmen, town managers and other municipal leaders from small towns throughout Connecticut. The program, which begins at 9:30 a.m., will feature a panel discussion by Connecticut's legislative leaders as well as a segment on helping towns reduce costs. An exhibitor's hall will feature a wide range of services and products of interest to towns.
Municipal Members - $70; Business Associates - $90; Non-Members - $130
#iSeries: Leave your tapes behind "
Hosted by Barry-Wehmiller International
10:00 AM-10:30 AM
78 Maple Street, Bristol
How often do you test your backups? Tape backups are slow, unreliable and prone to failure at the worst possible moment.
The Laservault UBD is designed to be a drop in replacement for your existing tape systems. Laservault UBD uses high speed, reliable, protected hard disk drives to emulate a standard tape drive on the iSeries. Laservault UBD is compatible with all standard tape functions, including a full system save (option 21).
We will cover the many benefits of Replacing tape with a Laervault UBD system.
#Global Economic Outlook 2015
Hosted by The World Affairs Council of Connecticut
11:45 AM-1:30 AM
The Hartford Club
46 Prospect Street, Hartford
Find out what is in store for the global economy in 2015 with Edward Guay, Principal at Wintonbury Risk Management! Registration begins at 11:45, luncheon and program begin at noon.
Members $25 / Nonmembers $35
Registration closes January 20
Hosted by Alzheimer's Association Connecticut Chapter
5:30 PM-10:00 PM
Connecticut Science Center
250 Columbus Boulevard, Hartford
The Brain Ball - Where Science Meets Compassion. The Brain Ball is the first time that the Alzheimer's Association is bringing together science and compassion to raise the profile of the important cutting edge research being done and the critical support services for individuals, families and caregivers that face the daily challenges of this disease. A special presentation of the Zenith Award will be given to Dr. Stephen Strittmatter, Yale University School of Medicine for his research on how biochemical signals at the post synaptic density may be altered in Alzheimer's disease. This is the first time the Zenith Award has been given in CT, a grant of $450,000 toward Dr. Strittmatter's research.