Peer Councils

01
CIO/CTO Council

Tampa Bay’s oldest and largest technology executive roundtable group.

The CIO-CTO council provides a forum for open, confidential discussion, idea exchange, the sharing of best practices, and prominent speakers delivering content on topics curated by the members of the group. 

The Council is a place where in-depth conversations can take place and valuable relationships built through targeted, professional development sessions, as well as casual, social events throughout the year. Your company must be a member of Tampa Bay Tech, and participation in the Council is by invite only*.

 Criteria for attendance:

You are the CIO, CTO, or CISO of your company’s information technology operations

Your company is a member or partner of Tampa Bay Tech

Your company is headquartered in the Tampa Bay region. (If your company is headquartered elsewhere, then your company’s information technology infrastructure is located in our region.)

02
Software CEO Council

TBSC comprises the area’s premier businesses, executives, and entrepreneurs of Tampa Bay’s technology community.

The Tampa Bay Software CEO Council was created to establish a common voice for the CEO’s of Tampa Bay’s leading software development companies. 

Together our members collaborate, share ideas, and discover innovative ways to partner. 

During quarterly roundtable meetings, CEO Council members discuss the challenges of tech in Tampa Bay. Peers have an opportunity to share mutual problems and uncover solutions. With an emphasis on the growing technology landscape in Tampa Bay, the group advocates for high tech businesses and promotes Tampa as a thriving tech hub. 

Find out more about the group at: https://www.tampasoftwareceos.com/

03
Emerging Leaders Council

The First of Its Kind

The Emerging Tech Leaders Council is the place for our area’s emerging technologists to radically connect through professional development, mentorship opportunities and networking.

Through annual events, this Council aims to build a network for our area’s emerging tech talent to find mentorship and opportunities, establishing Tampa Bay as a leading hub for young technology leaders.

Criteria for attendance:

You work in a technology organization, are under 40 years of age, and are interested in professional development and mentorship.

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