IN REVIEW
Video: A Recap of Smart City Expo Atlanta 2019 by Smart City Expo Atlanta
September 13, 2019

In 2019, Smart City Expo Atlanta’s inaugural year, we hosted 2500+ attendees and distinguished speakers including the CEOs of Cox Enterprises, SunTrust, and the Atlanta Braves, senior executives from Southern Company, Cisco, Verizon, Siemens, SoftBank Robotics, and BlackRock, mayors from Atlanta, Denver, and Honolulu, CTO/CIOs from Paris, South Bend, and Louisville, and luminaries such as Ambassador Young, Dr. Bernice King, T.I., and John Hope Bryant.

Hear from select attendees and re-live the experience through this recap. We look forward to seeing you from September 8-9, 2021 at the Georgia World Congress Center as we #buildbackbetter!

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INTERVIEW
In Conversation: John Paul Farmer, CTO, NYC by Smart City Expo Atlanta
September 23, 2020

John Paul Farmer is Chief Technology Officer for the City of New York, leading the city’s efforts to use innovative technology to provide better services to all residents. Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed Farmer to the role just over a year ago in April 2019. Since then, Farmer has focused on making New York future-ready, a challenge that has become even more critical in the midst of a global pandemic, economic crisis, and fight for racial justice.

INTERVIEW
In Conversation: Sky Kelley, Avisare by Smart City Expo Atlanta
August 24, 2020

Sky Kelley is the founder & CEO of Avisare, which provides sourcing software for government agencies, contractors, and vendors. The technology simplifies and improves the process of finding, bidding, and reporting on government contracts. In an interview with Smart City Expo Atlanta, Kelley discussed how Avisare empowers small businesses and helps to close the wealth […]

Video
Steve Goldsmith by Smart City Expo Atlanta
July 29, 2020

Steve Goldsmith, Professor of Urban Affairs at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, shares three frameworks to evaluate how local governments are innovating in response to COVID-19. This video is presented by Smart City Expo Atlanta as part of our series “On the Front Lines of Change,” featuring leading global voices transforming our communities.