"The Oklahoma IT Symposium is [a great way] to get outside of our company walls and just take your mind somewhere else for a day and explore what's going on elsewhere, understand what others are doing, share ideas, [and] collaborate. It's just a terrific event."- Joe Gottron, BOK Financial
TULSA, Okla. (PRWEB) December 10, 2019
The Tulsa CIO Forum is excited to announce sponsorship opportunities are now available for the 2020 Oklahoma IT Symposium, which will be returning to the Tulsa Renaissance on Thursday, August 27. This is a one-day, executive-level event designed for CIOs and their IT management teams. There will be over 250 CIOs, CISO’s, VPs, Directors and Managers present at this year’s Symposium.
With the success of the 2019 Oklahoma IT Symposium, many partner sponsors are actively locking in their sponsorship spots for 2020 as only 26 sponsorships will be offered. Our partner sponsors have exclusive access to and opportunities for networking with local IT leaders for the entire day. Sponsor partners can also take advantage of the option to hear high caliber keynote speakers and to attend any of the IT executive-led breakout sessions. In addition, sponsor partner tables at the Symposium are located strategically in the main ballroom where all keynotes, meals and networking breaks take place.
To learn more about how you can benefit from being a sponsor partner, please contact Brian Gargano at EFM Events (firstname.lastname@example.org) or http://www.efmevents.com.
The Oklahoma IT Symposium is Oklahoma’s annual major gathering of leaders, professionals, and academics working in the I.T. field. This year’s Symposium will look at emerging I.T. 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 through a series of panels, break-out sessions, and social media as well as connect with many local, regional and national partner sponsors.
This year’s Symposium will feature two compelling keynote speakers along with 16 breakout sessions including executive panels and individual breakout speakers on a variety of current IT-related topics. In addition, the Tulsa CIO Forum will present their 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, award a sizable donation to their local charity of choice and award several scholarships to students planning to major in IT in college.
NOTE: This event is closed to any non-sponsoring vendor companies/consultants/sales reps. For sponsorship information, please contact Brian Gargano at email@example.com.