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Global Business Summit: Cryptocurrency, Digitization, and Regulation: The Impact on the Nation-State as the Predominant Form of Governance

  • Tuesday, October 09, 2018
  • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • SNHU Dining Center



World Affairs Council of New Hampshire Global Business Summit 2018:

Cryptocurrency, Digitization, and Regulation: The Impact on the Nation-State as the Predominant Form of Governance


LOCATION:  Dining Center, Southern NH University, 2500 N. River Road, Manchester 03106 (#14 on Campus Map)

Schedule of Events

5 PM- Doors open for the reception 

6 PM- David Noble presentation begins. 

A panel discussion with David Noble and NH business representatives will take place following the presentation. 


Member Ticket- $25

Non-Member Ticket- $30

Patron: $150

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Panel Members

Jeremy Kauffman

Jeremy knows how to build and scale a startup starting from day one. He knows how to deliver usable products and get those products in front of the right people.

Jeremy created LBRY because he fell in love with the idea of shared, global content registry that is owned and controlled by no one. Unsurprisingly, he is a longtime supporter of decentralized technology and freedom of information.

Prior to LBRY, Jeremy founded TopScore, a startup that processes millions of dollars monthly in event and activity registrations. He attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he received degrees in physics and computer science. 

Lieutenant Brian R. Strong

New Hampshire State Police

Special Investigations Unit

Lt. Strong began his law enforcement career as a patrolman for the Rollinsford Police Department in 1993.  Lt. Strong was hired by the New Hampshire State Police in 2000.

As a Trooper, Lt. Strong spent his first eight years patrolling Carroll, Strafford and Rockingham Counties as a member of Troop E and Troop A respectively. Lt. Strong also was assigned to the Motorcycle Unit for 3 years, the Drug Recognition Expert Unit (DRE) for 5 years and the Technical Accident Reconstruction Unit (TAR) for 12 years and was the Assistant Commander of the TAR Unit.

In 2008 Lt. Strong accepted a position in the Major Crime Unit. In this assignment his primary responsibilities involve leading/investigating homicides and police involved shootings that occur throughout the State. Lt. Strong has had the opportunity to both attend and instruct numerous college and graduate level classes, courses, and seminars, among other specialized training in the field of criminal investigation, death investigation, and crime scene investigation. Lt. Strong also held the following two positions, Commander of the Crime Unit and also a previous Commander of the Cold Case Unit.  In addition to this training, the last ten years has allowed Lt. Strong to participate in hundreds of death and violent crime investigations.

In 2011 Lt. Strong graduated from the XXVIII Session of the National Forensic Academy in Knoxville, TN, a ten-week intensive program focused on various aspects of advanced forensics and crime scene investigation. Lt. Strong also received certification by the International Association for Identification (IAI) as a Senior Crime Scene Analyst.

In 2018 Lt. Strong was assigned to the Special Investigations Unit as the Commander of that unit.  The Special Investigations Unit has several investigative sections within the unit that Lt. Strong is responsible for overseeing and managing.  These sections are; Organized Crime, Fugitive Apprehension, Financial Crime, Sex Offender Registry, Auto Theft and Cyber-Crime.

Alex Talcott

Alex Talcott, JD, teaches business law and finance at Southern New Hampshire University, the University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, and Great Bay Community College. While speaking in his academic capacity, he is also Managing Partner of Seacoast Financial Planning, a Platinum Services advisory of Ameriprise with offices in Portsmouth and Boston. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Notre Dame Law School.

About David Noble

David Noble is Assistant Professor in Residence in the School of Business at UConn where he researches and teaches entrepreneurship and strategy. David serves as the director of the Women Entrepreneurs Empowerment Forum for the School of Business, as well as participating as a judge and mentor in the UCONN InnovationQuest program.

Prior to UConn, David was a securities and corporate finance attorney, with experience representing startups from the formation through IPO process. He has  extensive non-profit board experience. He holds a Ph.D in Management from the University of Alabama, a J.D. from the University of Miami, a M.B.A. from the Elon University, and B.S. in Political Science from Northeastern University.

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