Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 02, 2012
After Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, made several public announcements regarding his displeasure with his company’s Siri addition to the Apple iPhone 4S, the mogul spoke to other business leaders and investors at the 2012 Mega Partnering V Event. Although Wozniak has recently been making headlines with his public views on the Siri device, he took a break from discussing the technology to speak at the conferencing event. The three-day conference had Wozniak at center stage as he spoke to attendees about partnering with Steve Jobs to create Apple and some of the most innovative pieces of technology today.
The May 3-6th Mega Partnering V marked the fifth sold-out event in the conference’s history. During the Mega Partnering V event, Wozniak joined forces with other successful top business experts such as Poison frontman Brett Michaels and business wealth coach JT Foxx to not only share stories of success but to help raise funds for the Eric Trump Foundation.The Apple co-founded and other celebrity business figures used their star power to gather the funds and make a $650,000 donation to the foundation during a one-hour event at the conference.
Wozniak detailed his own experiences with Steve Jobs as they formed one of the most successful companies in the United States. He also spoke to conference attendees on branding and other business development topics. The singer spoke to over 800 of the world’s most successful business leaders that attend the Dallas-based wealth networking conference this May.
The invitation-only Mega Partnering V event has helped business leaders from all over the world come together to network and to share stories of success. The 2012 event was one of the most successful in the conference’s history.
For more Information on the Mega Partnering V Event, visit http://www.rcbryan.com/megapartnering.