TEC Leimert 2021 Tech Conference Is Back Sept. 25 in Leimert Park

Los Angeles, CA–(September 20, 2021) – Back for another year, Los Angeles’ largest Black-owned and operated annual technology and entertainment conference for the South LA creative-driven community returns to Leimert Park Village on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from Noon to 6:00 p.m.

This year’s conference theme is “Black to the Future” and features top industry executives and entrepreneurs discussing the latest in technology and entertainment, emerging tech trends, ground-breaking innovations and exploring how industry disruptors are changing the way we communicate and interact in this digital economy.

“We are bringing industry leaders and influencers into Leimert Park to unpack career pathways in this emerging digital economy,” said Rashidi Jones, Co-Founder, T.E.C. Leimert. “Confronting the digital divide needs to be a top priority in underserved communities and that’s why we started this conference in the heart of South Los Angeles.”

Other conference highlights include immersive experiences, a VR Lounge, live music performances and panel discussions on topics, including the latest disruptors in media,

How Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) are revolutionizing the art and entertainment industry and a featured discussion with City of Los Angeles officials and top technology companies about The Future of Tech in LA.

The T.E.C. Leimert conference” is presented by T.E.C. Leimert, a South LA-based organization that spreads awareness about technology, entertainment, art, gaming and other creative industries to the South Los Angeles community, while supporting these under-resourced communities by providing them with the tools and information necessary to compete for digital career opportunities.

For a complete conference schedule or to purchase tickets for the 2021 T.E.C. Leimert conference, visit TEC LEIMERT

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