BCTIA TechBrew Mixer

Bill Tam, BCTIA president and CEO; and Dean Rockwell, In Motion Technology CEO. Bill Tam, BCTIA president and CEO; and Dean Rockwell, In Motion Technology CEO.; Pam Finch, Clio manager of talent development; Dan Wood, Clio account executive; and Megan Salisbury, Clio training specialist. Bill Tam, BCTIA president and CEO; and...

Bill Tam, BCTIA president and CEO; and Dean Rockwell, In Motion Technology CEO.

Pam Finch, Clio manager of talent development; Dan Wood, Clio account executive; and Megan Salisbury, Clio training specialist.

Geoff Fawkes, NRC-IRAP federal government adviser; and Courtney Sheane, Canon Business Solutions account manager.

Eamonn Percy, BCTIA executive-in-residence; Robin Peterson, Tesla Motors owner adviser; Clayton R. Weir, BCTIA senior analyst; and Powell Jagger-Doe, Tesla Motors owner adviser.

Matt Davis, Alocadia Software marketing manager; Brittany Wong, Allocadia marketing manager; and Adam Stewart, Allocadia account executive.

TeraGo Networks account executives Geoff Brooks and Paul Becker.

Robin Messenger, BFL Canada vice-president; and Glen DeMara, BFL Canada vice-president of account development.

George Glover, Vision Critical manager of technical support; Jag Dost, Vision Critical director of technical operations; and Alex Glassey, StratPad Inc. president.

Jasmin Kesmez, Trulioo community manager; Jon Snell, Trulioo director of sales; and Sean Languedoc, SLC Consulting president.

Adra Nedellu, NKF Devencore community real estate for tech sector representative; and Michael Wright, NKF Devencore senior adviser.

Stellar Recruitment recruiters Kate McGurk and Leah Glaser.

Hansen Chu, Traction on Demand business developer; and Jennifer Syrnyk, UBC Engineering co-op co-ordinator.

BCTIA TechBrew: The Ultimate Tech Mega-Mixer
Stanley Park Pavilion
January 29, 2014


The BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) held its semi-annual Techbrew event at the Stanley Park Pavilion, featuring displays from several of B.C.’s tech companies. Members of the B.C. tech community, including investors, top talent and local service providers, networked and had an opportunity to experience B.C.’s cutting-edge technology, all while enjoying a few pints.

As one of the BCTIA’s most popular events, TechBrew brings together the coolest new technologies, cutting-edge innovators and influential decision-makers, all under one roof.