(PRWEB) February 19, 2003
ÂAt the Conference, senior executive speakers will explore how innovations continue to spark new opportunities and transform existing business models,Â said Vijay Krishnaswamy, conference chairman. ÂThe current climate demands not only innovation, but also a clear value proposition. This year we have three thematic tracks that appeal to a broad range of business professionals Â Finance & Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy, and Emerging Technology. WeÂre excited to be able to present an outstanding and diverse group of technology leaders at our conference.Â
Key discussion topics will include the following Â Business Strategy, Emerging Technologies, Finance & Entrepreneurship, Corporate Development and Private Equity.
Â· Larry Biagini, CTO of General Electric, Michael Tiemann CTO of RedHat, Harry Moseley, Managing Director, Office of the CIO, CSFB to talk about IT strategy
Â· Greg Case, General Partner, Apax Partners, Andrew Morozov, Principal, TL Ventures, to talk about Private Equity Investing in Technology.
Â· Colin Bryar, Director of Web Services, Amazon, Cliff Reeves, VP .NET Server Product Group, Microsoft to talk about Web Services Technology
Â· Peter Stanforth, CTO MeshNetworks, Ron Reich, Director, Intel Capital, to talk about the emerging technology Wi-Fi
Sponsors of The Wharton Technology Conference include Pfizer, The Mack Center for Technological Innovation, Siemens, Unisys, WebMethods, FastCompany, Microsoft, and the MIT Technology Review.
Please go to http://www.whartontechconference.com for a complete listing of the Conference speakers, more information and to register for the Conference online.
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