The Future of Technology Learning Lunch Panel and Tech Expo September 26
The GSA Technology Council Brings Technology Industry Leaders Together for “The Future of Technology” Lunch Panel and Tech Expo
The GSA Technology Council, an organization focused on informing, educating and connecting Information Technology professionals, has announced a special Tech Industry Panel Learning Lunch and Mini Tech Expo, “The Future of Technology.” The special event is in partnership with Charter Business and GSA Business to discuss current trends in the business of IT.
The Future of Technology Lunch Panel and Mini Expo
Where: Embassy Suites (670 Verdae Blvd, Greenville, SC)
When: 26 September, 11:00am - 2:00pm
Register Online: www.GSATC.org
The lunch panel and expo event will be held on September 26 at the Embassy Suites from 11:00am - 2:00pm. Guest panel presenters include Greg Dixon, CTO of Scansource, Jim Bagnato, Director, Product Management of Charter Business, Mike Powell, Online Services – Partner Account Manager of Microsoft and Rich Rogers, V.P. of Information Services and CIO of Greenville Hospital System
“This event marks ten years since the launch of the GSA Technology Council,” said Phil Yanov, Sr. Executive Producer of the GSATC. “We want to use the occasion of our tenth anniversary to do what we’ve always done, look ahead in the world of tech and use the brightest minds in our community to try to make sense of it.”
To receive notifications about the upcoming lunch panel discussion and tech expo, sign up at GSATC-Lunch-Expo-2012.eventbrite.com.
About The GSA Technology Council
The GSA Technology Council provides networking, education and professional development opportunities to career minded information technology professionals and high tech entrepreneurs through its newsletter, meetings, expos and training programs. Founded in 2002, the council has grown to over 13,000 subscribers and regularly draws over 100 people to its informative monthly lunch meetings. The wildly successful Tech After Five networking event, a program first launched within the GSATC, now hosts monthly events in five Southern cities. Learn more: http://www.GSATC.org