Yesterday, Boise Dev hosted their inaugural new major event; The Intersection. The Intersection took place at the heart of Downtown Boise, inside the Braintree Group Athlos building, and it was nothing short of a resounding success. With over 150 attendees gathered over breakfast and coffee, it was evident from the outset that this event was something special.
The lineup of speakers was truly impressive, featuring prominent figures such as Governor Brad Little, Boise State University Athletic Director, Jeramiah Dickey, 3x Olympic Gold Medalist Kristin Armstrong Savola, Idaho AGC CEO Wayne Hammon, Ysabel Bilbao, Margaret Carmel, and Michael Watson. Each speaker brought their unique insights and perspectives to the table, making it an intellectually stimulating morning. Concepts like "multidirectional equilibrium" and "apples and chainsaws" were discussed, illustrating the diverse range of topics covered.
One of the highlights of the event was the discussion on Idaho's brand. In today's competitive business landscape, a strong brand identity is crucial, and it was heartening to see thought leaders and professionals come together to share their vision for Idaho's future. These discussions sparked not only excitement but also a sense of responsibility towards shaping the state's identity positively.
TOK Commercial was honored to be a sponsor of The Intersection, which was not just a gathering of like-minded individuals but a platform where ideas flowed freely, and inspiration was in the air. The positive energy in the room was palpable, and it was a privilege to be part of such an engaging community. TOK Commercial is committed to supporting events and initiatives that foster growth and innovation, and The Intersection was a prime example of such an initiative.