Delphic Research Selected for Prestigious Beta Category at Collision

Published on
June 26, 2023
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Delphic Research
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Company was selected to participate in the prestigious beta category

Delphic Research is thrilled to announce its upcoming participation at the globally recognized Collision Conference 2023. Widely acclaimed as the largest tech gathering in the world, with over 20,000 attendees annually, Collision represents a convergence of cutting-edge innovation, ground-breaking ideas, and technology trends shaping the future. We are profoundly honored to be representing the title in the distinguished 'Beta' category, a reflection of our continued growth, product market presence, and pioneering contributions in the realm of government affairs. This participation not only highlights our promising strides in the industry but also offers a fantastic platform to showcase our unique and transformative approach towards democratizing government affairs through knowledge.

The "Beta" designation at the Collision Conference signifies a company that is in the later stages of development and has a product on the market. This recognition is particularly meaningful as it demonstrates Delphic Research's continued growth, the milestones it has reached and the impact of its innovative solutions in the world of government affairs.

Jason Grier, President & CEO of Delphic Research, expressed his excitement about the company's participation in the prestigious event, "Being recognized as a Beta company at the Collision Conference is a testament to the hard work and innovative spirit of our team. We are eager to showcase our unique approach to information synthesis and our commitment to democratizing government affairs through knowledge."

Delphic Research, founded by Jason Grier, a 30-year veteran in the government affairs space, aims to elevate the profession of government affairs through knowledge. The company draws on a rich tapestry of backgrounds, including government, artificial intelligence and machine learning, life sciences, journalism, and higher education technology, all focused on one goal - revolutionizing government affairs.
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