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Mr. David Ingram, President, Capital TechSearch, Inc.

  • Monday, November 06, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond 701 East Byrd Street, Richmond, VA 23219

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Mr. David Ingram, President, Capital TechSearch, Inc.

Presentation Topic: "Connecting Richmond’s IT Businesses with its IT Talent."

Registration closes after October November 1, 2017
 
Location

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond,
701 East Byrd Street; Richmond, VA 23219
in downtown Richmond

To enter the building: Walk in front of the Federal Reserve and enter from the left-hand side of the building. You will pass through a security "intake building" on your way into the main facility.

** All visitors must pass through a metal detector prior to being admitted to the building.

Parking: (Please read)

The Bank has limited parking available in the Bragg Street parking deck, available on a first-come first-served basis. 

To access the parking deck, turn Right onto 7th Street (from E. Byrd St.), just before reaching the FED building. The parking deck is directly across 7th street from the building.

Push the buzzer at the parking deck gate and say that you are attending the RABE event. A guard will raise the gate electronically.

Other parking options:
 -- RMA Expressway Deck at 9th and Canal Streets, diagonally across the street from the Federal Reserve. Cost is $2 per hour.

 -- Limited on-street parking may also be available in the vicinity of the Federal Reserve. Please be alert to time limits (1 hour or 2 hours) on most of these spaces.

 -- Other Downtown Richmond parking options can be found at www.RideFinders.com. Simply go to this web page and scroll down to the "Commuters" section of the screen. Click the link for "All about Ridesharing." Next, click "Downtown Commuter Guide" from the links on the right-hand side of the page.

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