Three local tech firms are holding a talk Nov. 8 to discuss the emerging trend of technology-based businesses in downtown Janesville.

In a news release, Foremost Media announced it’s hosting a seminar titled “Technology Trends in Downtown Janesville” at its corporate office at 207 N. Academy St., Suite 200.

Foremost Media will be joined by SHINE Medical Technologies, N1 Critical Technologies and city economic development staff. CEOs of the three companies and Economic Development Director Gale Price will give short presentations about technology trends and opportunities for startup companies in downtown Janesville.

The event, which is being held at 1 p.m. Nov. 8, is part of Wisconsin Startup Week.

The seminar is free and open to the public. People can sign up to attend by visiting the “Technology Trends in Downtown Janesville” page at Eventbrite.com.

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