Keynote Speakers Unveiled For inX3

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inX3 will be June 13-16 in Indianapolis. inX3 will be June 13-16 in Indianapolis.
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Organizers of the event that's being billed as "Indiana's SXSW" have unveiled this year's keynote speaker lineup. inX3, which will run June 13-16 in Indianapolis and Fishers, will feature IMAX Corp. (NYSE: IMAX) founder David Breukelman and Indianapolis-based First Internet Bancorp (Nasdaq: INBK) Chief Executive Officer David Becker. Inside INdiana Business Host Gerry Dick will moderate the opening session.

Becker also serves as president and chairman of the company he founded in 1999. It currently has assets totaling $2.1 billion. In his career, Becker has created five Inc. 500 companies, eventually selling three. His current endeavors also include DyKnow, an educational software firm, and RICS, a retail software firm. Becker is also a founding member of Indiana's tech sector initiative TechPoint and served as its first chairman.

In addition to IMAX, Breukelman's family has founded or grown several successful companies in Canada, including SCIEX, MAGIC ONLINE, CEDARA, ARIU3D, GEDEX Inc. and FIO Corp., covering a broad range of industries including health care, entertainment, communications, visualization and earth imaging.

inX3 is a celebration of Indiana innovation and includes The Venture Club of Indiana's Innovation Showcase, TechPoint’s Winners' Circle, Launch Fishers' FailFest and the Indy Civic Hack. The name stands for "inspire, innovate, invest." You can connect to more about it by clicking here.

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