Transfinder VP of Global Sales Rossi to Speak at Business Opportunities to Success Summit (BOSS) on Nov. 12

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The BOSS event features a Who's Who of business leaders in upstate New York. More than 70 speakers will be making 5-minute presentations throughout the daylong event.

By providing this forum where the thought leaders of the Capital Region can share best practices, RPI is helping to amplify the entrepreneurial growth of Tech Valley.

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Joseph Rossi, Transfinder’s Vice President of Global Sales, will join more than 70 executives who are gathering to share the hard lessons they have learned growing their companies at the Business Opportunities to Success Summit (BOSS) on Nov. 12, 2014.

The second annual BOSS event will once again spotlight a variety of leaders from several industries throughout the region who will each deliver 5-minute concise, candid insights on what experience has taught them. The goal of the day is to provide numerous “aha” moments for the more than 400 businesspeople in attendance.

This year’s roster of speakers is once again a “Who’s Who” of thought leaders in the Capital Region, including Dan Pickett of nfrastructure, Angelo Mazzone of Mazzone Hospitality and James Connolly of Ellis Medicine. Visit http://www.boss518.com for the full list of speakers.

“I’m honored to be speaking with such a distinguished panel of executives,” Rossi said. “By providing this forum where the thought leaders of the Capital Region can share best practices, RPI is helping to amplify the entrepreneurial growth of Tech Valley.”

BOSS will be held on Nov. 12, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy, New York. The event is open to entrepreneurs, executives, researchers, students, business professionals, and investors.

The focus of the Summit, Mastering the Pivot, recognizes that innovators and entrepreneurs routinely encounter a difficult question along the path of entrepreneurship: If the business climate is shifting, do I stay the planned course, or pivot to achieve success?

“Whenever individuals or groups endeavor to solve a problem, create something new, change their lives, or change the world in any meaningful way, they will encounter the need to ‘pivot,’ that may require them to change course,” said James Spencer, executive director of the Rensselaer Technology Park, Real Estate and New Venture Development and acting director of Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer and New Ventures.

BOSS breaks the mold of traditional conferences, seminars, and networking events by combining elements of all three in a fast-paced format that maximizes the exposure of participants and attendees to potential customers, strategic partners, service providers, mentors, and collaborators. BOSS has been designed to increase the probability that each attendee will leave with at least one memorable business transforming, actionable idea.

Transfinder President and CEO Antonio Civitella spoke at the inaugural BOSS event on the topic of “growing where you’re planted.” [To read coverage of Civitella’s presentation, click: http://www.bizjournals.com/albany/news/2013/12/06/how-chickens-can-help-to-grow-a-farm.html .

About Transfinder
Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Schenectady, New York, Transfinder is a national leader in intelligent transportation systems, providing transportation management systems and services to school districts and adult care facilities. Transfinder is an Inc. magazine “fastest-growing company.” For more information, visit http://www.transfinder.com.

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