International Digital Policy Happy Hour

BY Maggie Clark
May 3, 2017

CCIA, Internet Association and ITI invite you join us for a rooftop happy hour on Tuesday, May 9th as we bring together digital policy experts to celebrate the coming of Spring. We’re excited to have State Department digital economy and cyber officers and Commerce Department digital trade officers from overseas embassies who are in town for training joining us as well. Have a drink, enjoy the view, and talk all things digital with leading policy experts from around the world.

What: International Digital Policy Happy Hour

When: Tuesday, May 9th

Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

Where: The Rooftop at CCIA’s Offices

       655 15th Street NW*



*In the event of inclement weather, the happy hour will be held in the lobby atrium (Old Ebbitt Grill).

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