At the Summit, Tarnoff will share the four skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century digital marketplace.
Herndon, VA (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
The Enterprise Wireless Alliance (EWA), the national association and leading advocate for business enterprises that rely on wireless communications systems, and Technology Resource Network (TRN), announced today that educator and author—and former entertainment and technology executive—John Tarnoff will deliver the keynote address, “21 Paradigms for the 21st Century: How Digital Has Changed Everything,” at the 2015 Wireless Leadership Summit, an annual conference of trends, new technologies and best practices for the wireless industry.
A 40–year veteran of the entertainment and technology business, with experience at companies like Warner Bros., DreamWorks Animation and others, and as the founder of a tech startup, Tarnoff has turned his attention to education and training. He serves as a graduate-level professor and head of Industry Relations for Carnegie Mellon University’s Los Angeles-based Master of Entertainment Industry Management program. At the Summit, Tarnoff will share the four skills necessary to compete in a 21st Century digital marketplace.
“Those involved within the land mobile radio industry must continue to evolve and adapt to a changing regulatory and spectrum landscape year after year. New and emerging technologies must be introduced to keep pace with customer requirements, maximize the use of the limited spectrum resources available for private land mobile uses and to effectively compete against those who have far greater resources,” said EWA President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Crosby. “The Wireless Leadership Summit provides decision makers in this industry an opportunity to reflect on what these changes mean for their ongoing success. We are pleased to have John Tarnoff with us this year to share his views on how best to compete in today’s fast-paced environment,” he continued.
Co-hosted by EWA and TRN, the Wireless Leadership Summit provides information to help wireless business leaders stay ahead of industry trends, understand how regulation affects their business, see new technologies and services, create connections with technology partners and gain strategies that will help them grow their businesses. In addition, the Summit affords opportunities for networking and strengthening relationships with peers in the industry.
“We placed Tarnoff’s keynote at the end of the day, right before the reception, so that his address can bring together all of the conference themes and send us into an evening networking session,” said TRN CEO Bill Dow. “I expect John Tarnoff’s message to energize TRN members,” Dow said.
The 2015 Wireless Leadership Summit will be held at the W Atlanta-Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia, October 7-9. The full agenda of sessions, list of exhibitors and hotel information is available at the conference site. Event sponsors include Hytera, Icom, Kenwood, Motorola Solutions and Primus. Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available. For more information, contact Conference Director Elaine Walsh at 1-520-620-0063.
To register, visit http://www.enterprisewireless.org/WLS2015.
About the Enterprise Wireless Alliance
The Enterprise Wireless Alliance is an FCC-certified frequency advisory committee that provides license preparation, frequency coordination, spectrum management and associated services to business enterprises, public safety entities and wireless sales and service organizations. Membership in EWA is open to users of wireless communications systems, vendors, system operators and service organizations. EWA is the creator of Cevo™, the industry’s first mobile app for frequency inquiries. Additional information about membership and services is available at http://www.enterprisewireless.org.
About the Technology Resource Network
The Technology Resource Network is a nationwide association of more than 150 locally owned, authorized Motorola Premier Service Partners, Motorola Service Partners and Certified Service Centers. TRN brings business, education, training and certification opportunities to its members and promotes its member’s interests through the power of a nationwide network, providing radio and communication services to end-users and other service providers. TRN provides a single point of contact for custom mobile equipment installation services and infrastructure installation and maintenance services to multi-state companies through its members across the country. Learn more at http://www.usmss.org.