The Midmarket Institute CEO Ram Iyer Presenting at the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce

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Presentation will discuss how savvy companies can thrive in the new economy

The Midmarket Institute announced today that its Founder and CEO Ram Iyer will be speaking at the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010.

Mr. Iyer’s presentation, Navigating the ‘New Normal’ – A Toolkit for Midmarket Companies in the New Economy, addresses the most pressing challenges facing midmarket companies in the post- financial crisis economy and provides specific insights into how they can be addressed.

“Midmarket companies have unique needs in this challenging economy. We are excited to sponsor this event. Ram has in-depth knowledge regarding those issues that are important to midmarket companies. He has spoken to dozens of midmarket CEOs and CFOs. Based on his experience, Ram will be able to provide practical and actionable insights to all that attend the event” ” said Russell Genet, Partner in the Chicago law firm Nixon Peabody which serves a large number of midmarket clients.

Prior to founding The Midmarket Institute, Mr. Iyer founded Argea, which was named to the "Top Ten Global Boutique Advisors and Influencers" for 2007 in the Black Book of Outsourcing. Ram has advised companies at locations in 16 countries on operations, strategic planning, globalization, marketing and general management. A graduate of the MIT Sloan School of Management, he has been featured in Money Magazine, CFO Magazine and Fortune.

Mr. Iyer’s presentation will be at 300 S. Riverside Plaza, 16th Floor, Chicago, ILL 60606 at 8:00 AM on Tuesday March 16th. Registration and networking begins at 7:30AM. Due to security procedures, pre-registration is required. Pre-registration for this event closes at 5pm on March 12th. Attendees can register at

About The Midmarket Institute
The Midmarket Institute is the largest, most active ecosystem of mid-sized companies and those that support them. Through the Midmarket Institute, members meet, share ideas, obtain practical research and tools specific to their challenges,structure, size and maturity, and investigate and select from a large vendor community that has developed products and solutions specific to their needs. In addition, the Institute hosts events and conferences across the country to enable members to interact with each other and with the leadership of the Institute.

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Howard Zonder
The Midmarket Institute


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