Now Robin Crow Joins The IT Procurement Summit in Savannah, Georgia

CAUCUS, The Association of IT Acquisition Professionals has just announced they are bringing in Robin Crow as one of two Keynote speakers for a one hour session. He will be sharing his professional life journey and entrepreneurial techniques.

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Winter Park, Florida (PRWEB) August 13, 2014

The organizers of the 19th annual IT Procurement Summit by CAUCUS are excited to have author, entertainer, CEO and entrepreneur Robin Crow join the summit on Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Savannah, Georgia, at Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa.

This now parleys two of the hottest speakers available in the “go big or go home” speaker circuit. Kicking off this event is trend and innovation guru Michael Tchong. Then, toward the end of the summit, attendees will get rejuvenated by Robin Crow. Crow will share his fascinating experience — going from starving entertainer to building several world-class businesses from scratch — that bellows out entrepreneurial genius.

CAUCUS is sponsored by ICN, and similar to its owner Joe Auer’s history, Crow is an acclaimed public speaker with a client list that is a who’s who of blue-chip corporations and forward-thinking organizations. He doesn’t just talk business — he lives it.

Crow’s company, Dark Horse Recording, is home to Faith Hill, Ashley Judd, Neil Diamond, Taylor Swift, Matchbox 20, Tim McGraw, Michael W. Smith, Jewel, Alison Krauss and many others. Crow is also the founder and CEO of the Dark Horse Institute for Audio Engineering and Mass Media.

Crow lectures widely on the implications of global issues and their effects on business sustainability. He has given over 2,100 presentations. His newest book, “Evolve or Die,” reached No. 5 on the USA Today Best-Seller list.

The 19th annual IT Procurement Summit is a greatly anticipated and significant industry event tailored specifically for the technology acquisition professional. Every year, the conference brings together top subject-matter experts in technology procurement, strategic sourcing, and contract and vendor management. This peer-to-peer conference is a forum for sharing up-to-the-minute ideas and industry best practices.

The summit will end on Oct. 21, but if attendees would like to stick around for the ICN After-Party on Oct. 22, they will be delighted to know that there will be two interesting sessions titled topics such as Identifying and Defeating Risk-shifting Strategies by IT Vendors and Negotiating Better Software Maintenance Agreements.

For more information on the 19th annual IT Procurement Summit, go to http://www.caucusnet.com/conference/ or call 407-740-5600.


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