West Chester, OH (PRWEB) April 01, 2014
HostingCon, the premier industry conference and trade show for hosting and cloud providers, today announced a CEO panel that will highlight the educational sessions at the upcoming conference in Miami, Florida. The CEO panel will feature five industry CEOs on stage at one time discussing the state of the industry and its future. Participants include Art Zeile, CEO of HOSTING, Lance Crosby, CEO of SoftLayer, Emil Sayegh, President and CEO of Codero Hosting, Kenneth Ziegler, CEO of Logicworks, Matthew Porter, CEO of Contegix and Philbert Shih, Managing Director at Structure Research.
“It is a pleasure and privilege to have an opportunity to lead a discussion amongst some of the sector’s leading CEOs,” stated Philbert Shih, managing director Structure Research. “I look forward to gaining insight and perspective on where the sector is and where its going from those who are in the trenches fighting the battle on a daily basis.”
HostingCon also revealed that the keynote address at this year’s event will be Chip Bell. Chip Bell is founder and senior partner with The Chip Bell Group, a consulting firm focused on helping organizations create a culture that supports long-term customer loyalty and service innovation. Mr. Bell’s presentation, “Innovative Service: Strategies for Creating Growth and Bottom Line Impact, will provide attendees with inspirational ideas to help make service an exceptional experience for their customers. Bell will draw on more than 20 years working with top decision makers from the world’s leading brands, helping them create ingenious “value-unique” strategies instead of pricey value-added schemes.
The first evening of the conference, HostingCon is throwing a 10th Anniversary Party at the Lowes Miami Beach Hotel. “Networking opportunities, including our Anniversary Party, at this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever,” says Kevin Gold, Conference Chair of HostingCon. “It’s the biggest party we’ve ever thrown and also the perfect time for those informal discussions that often lead to business partnerships.”
Another way to form new business relationships is with a tool called HostingCon Connect. The HostingCon Connect system enables attendees to get in touch with other attendees via email prior to the conference and schedule places and times to meet during the event. It’s an easy way to make networking connections and get more business done while at the event.
Over 1,900 hosting and cloud providers decision makers from more than 34 countries are expected to attend HostingCon 2014 from June 16-18 in the high-energy destination of Miami Beach Florida.
HostingCon is the premiere industry conference and trade show for hosting and cloud providers. In its tenth year, HostingCon connects the industry including hosting and cloud providers, MSPs, ISVs and other Internet infrastructure providers who make the Internet work to network, learn and grow. HostingCon is an iNET Interactive event. For details about HostingCon, visit http://www.HostingCon.com.