GRAPEVINE, TX – TribalHub, the producers of the Annual TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow, has announced the return to in-person format for the 22nd Annual TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow, taking place November 8-11, 2021. The event will be held at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, TX, and is expected to draw in over 500 technology minded professionals and executive leaders from tribal organizations and enterprises, as well as over 150 exhibiting product/solution providers.
Since its first event in 1999, the goal of the annual gathering has been bringing technology and tribes together – dedicated to the technology space for Native American government, gaming and health informatics. The agenda is developed by the TribalNet Advisory Boards who meet year-round to bring together topics that are relevant and timely. These Board Members are a representation of event attendees, which includes decision makers working in tribal gaming, tribal government and tribal healthcare, and other leaders who come from tribes all across the U.S. The week-long event also includes networking opportunities, including a two-day tradeshow designed to build valuable and profitable connections with both peers and technology solution providers.
“In the last year we have hosted over sixty webinars online, offered eight virtual regional events, plus held our large annual conference and tradeshow fully virtual,” said Shannon Bouschor, Director of Operations for TribalHub. “While TribalHub continued to bring the industry together this last year, we, along with our members, attendees and sponsors, have been missing those serendipitous occasions where great things just ‘happen’ when different people, minds and personalities get together, all in the same space physically.”
The week will offer a robust event schedule, including six unique session tracks, two keynote presentations, a two-day tradeshow and many opportunities to connect.