Get In Front Of 300+ Local Phoenix IT Leaders At The Arizona IT Symposium On April 2, 2019

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A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are available giving partner sponsors the perfect opportunity to get face to face with top local decision makers and leaders.

Arizona IT Symposium

The attendees are happy to be at the event and WANT to be at the event giving sponsoring vendors the perfect opportunity to create long lasting and meaningful relationships. These events help vendors short circuit their sales cycle and jump-start their sales pipeline.

The 11th Annual Arizona IT Symposium will be held on April 2, 2019 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa in Phoenix, AZ. This one-day, executive-level event is geared toward knowledge-sharing and networking for CIO's and their direct management teams. Last year, this event drew in over 300 local Phoenix IT executives and is expected to bring in even more this year.

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.

The goal of the symposium is to continue to serve the professional needs of our region's organizations, by providing a networking and knowledge sharing event for the local community of IT leaders and practitioners.

Sponsoring 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.

For more information about the event or available sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jason Heinz at (515) 332-7940.

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