FredXchange to Host Mayoral Candidate Forum
Richard Dynes, vice chairman of Fredericksburg’s Planning Commission, is running against incumbent Mayor Mary Katherine Greenlaw in the city’s May 3, 2016, election.
“FredX wants to keep some of the 50,000+ technology-savvy commuters off I-95 and working here, close to their families, by creating a high-tech culture in the Fredericksburg region,” said FredXchange President Matt Norris. “As a three-year old non-profit focused on launching an entrepreneurial ecosystem in the region, we believed a forum focused on the topic of “Technology in the ‘Burg” would make for an interesting and relevant event.”
Questions at the forum will address creating and growing technology jobs in the region, attracting tech startups to Fredericksburg, and how technology can be integrated in local schools and city services and processes.
Tickets to the event are limited, and ticketing details are being finalized. The event will also be live-streamed.
The Foundry, launched by FredXchange in the fall of 2015, is the area’s only co-working space offering individuals and companies daily and month-to-month memberships for working in a collaborative environment. Membership includes super fast Wi-Fi, unlimited coffee, and connection to like-minded technology and entrepreneurial peers. The Foundry is located off Gateway Boulevard, adjacent to the Gateway Smile Center.
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