Save the Date: CCIA’s Disruptive Competition Policy Forum 2013

BY Maggie Clark
October 30, 2013

After a successful first year online, CCIA’s Disruptive Competition Project will host its first live event — a policy forum here in Washington. Join us on Tuesday, December 10th for a full day of DisCo discussion that will feature panels, policymakers, and some of today’s top industry disruptors as we explore the cutting-edge issues at the intersection of legislation and innovation.

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