This event is truly unique and beneficial providing the region’s IT executives an opportunity to gather for a day of networking, collaboration, and knowledge-transfer through peer-led keynotes, breakouts, panels, and networking sessions.
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (PRWEB) July 25, 2019
The 19th annual Minnesota IT Symposium will be returning to the JW Marriott Minneapolis Mall of America on September 17, 2019. Last year, the event drew over 250 attendees representing over 100 companies. This event is truly unique and beneficial providing the region’s IT executives an opportunity to gather for a day of networking, collaboration, and knowledge-transfer through peer-led keynotes, breakouts, panels, and networking sessions.
This year’s symposium will look at emerging IT trends and provide insights into innovative leadership skills in today’s fast-paced digital age. This interactive event will also provide attendees with opportunities to collaborate and share their knowledge and experiences.
Kicking off the day will be Jeff Kubacki, VP & CIO of one of the most recognized brands in the RV industry, Winnebago. During this keynote session, Jeff will be sharing with the audience his experience as CIO, focusing on infusing a data-driven mindset into the company’s culture, which entails providing Winnebago executives with information they can use to make more informed decisions. Following this presentation will be 2 additional keynote sessions and 12 breakout sessions specifically addressing issues and trends Minnesota IT leaders have told us are important to their organizations.
Attending the 2019 Minnesota IT Symposium is an opportunity for leaders engaged in technology to network and explore new ways to maintain competitive advantage in a global economy. The ability to collaborate and exchange actionable information with peers makes this event rewarding and productive.
Sponsor vendors have the opportunity to share information about problem-solving technology and ideas local executives can use in their day-to-day business practices. Most sponsors use this opportunity to present themselves as experts who can be utilized to help with the issues that present themselves in the workplace. Vendors will also be recognized as an organization committed to supporting and helping grow the region's IT industry.
A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are available giving vendors the perfect opportunity to get face to face with top local business leaders. Non-sponsoring vendors, consultants, or sales representatives are not allowed to register, which is beneficial for attendees and also sponsors underwriting the event.
To find out more about how you and your organization can get involved with the Minnesota IT Symposium please contact Jason Heinz at email@example.com.