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Alliance/Acquisition Resource Round-Up

Since a key objective of this Summit is to foster new business relationships and help navigate through the complexities of alliance and acquisition management, the conference planning board has invited a selection of representatives from academia, professional associations, regional development groups, government agencies and others who might serve as valuable resources as you move forward. Brief introductions will be made – this is a non-commercial service to point people in the direction of available outside support and recommended resource links.

Monday Welcome Reception

An ice-breaker reception will be held Monday evening, following the pre-Summit workshops. Whether you participate in a workshop or simply arrive on Monday, you are welcome to join other delegates and speakers for conversation, drinks and appetizers.

Tuesday Networking Reception
hosted by the Boeing Company

Tuesday evening’s social reception will take place at the nearby Museum of Flight, an independent non-profit cultural foundation dedicated to the collection and preservation of aircraft and related artifacts, as well as to the knowledge, enjoyment, and self-discovery of flight. In addition to meeting with faculty and colleagues, you’ll have the chance to view fascinating exhibits in the Red Barn (The Boeing Company’s original manufacturing plant) which trace aviation history from its beginnings through 1938. You’ll also be able to tour the Great Gallery whichflightmuseum1.jpg (7219 bytes) chronicles the story of flight from mythology, to the early days of wood and all-metal aircraft, to the latest accomplishments in air and space technology.

Visit the Museum of Flight Website

Optional Boeing Tours
Advance sign-up required.

The Boeing Everett factory tours are conducted to showcase The Boeing Company and the Everett product line, the 747, 767, and 777. As part of the tour, visitors will be located in the largest building in the world by volume (472,000,000 cubic feet). On the Boeing flight line, visitors will see airplanes in various stages of flight test and manufacture for airline customers around the world. The tour is at no cost to Summit delegates and transportation is provided from the hotel.

More Information on Boeing Everett Tour

Optional Outings

Seattle in September has the ideal weather – sunny and comfortable – for golf and other outdoor activities. The conference venue is located in the heart of downtown, just minutes from attractions such as Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, and many fine restaurants, shops museums, and theaters. Plan on arriving the weekend before the Summit begins and take advantage of beautiful golf courses, bike paths, scenic mountains and lakes.

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