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App Economy Conference 2017

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Join us in our nation’s capital for ACT | The App Association’s Annual App Economy Conference (AppCon). AppCon brings together app executives and technology innovators from across the country for three days of networking, learning, and engaging their elected officials on some of the most pressing issues facing app makers today.


Last year we made a big difference, with more attendees and meetings than ever before. Congress heard your voices on the key issues for our industry, and we’ve already seen the impact of your hard work.

We’re looking forward to doing it again this year!

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Sunday, April 23
Reception at ACT | The App Association Offices, Followed by Dinner

After you’ve settled into the hotel, join us in our office to meet our team, your fellow attendees, and to enjoy some snacks and cocktails. From there, we will head to one of our favorite dinner spots.

Monday, April 24
Issue Briefings

After you are sufficiently fed and caffeinated, our policy discussions will begin! We will cover a variety of policy issues including cybersecurity, lawful access to data, computer science education, and tax reform.

In the evening, we’ll enjoy a group dinner at a different delicious D.C. restaurant.

Tuesday, April 25
Capitol Hill Day

After breakfast at the hotel, we will all head to Capitol Hill for a full day of meetings with your Representative and Senators, as well as staff from key committees with jurisdiction over the issues we’re there to discuss.

That night, we’ll have a reception and dinner celebrating a successful day (bonus: awards!).

We hope you’ll join us for our annual App Economy Conference! All you need to do is get to D.C., and we’ll cover the rest, from hotel to transportation and great meals at D.C. hotspots.

Register today!

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