The Executive Forum: A QLC Event Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Las Vegas, Nevada
About the Quest Executive Forum (formerly CIO Forum)
The 16th Annual Quest Executive Forum brings C-level, VPs and other IT decision-makers together for topical presentations and discussions relating to their business strategy, culture and needs.
This year’s theme builds on issues expressed by past attendees: Leadership in a Digital World
Attendees will hear from a select set of industry leaders on topics including:
As more and more company roles affect – and are affected by – IT developments, the Executive Forum focuses on delivering concepts and trends relating to coming transformations within the technology and business environments. The Executive Forum provides attendees solutions and color to issues they face now, or, will face in the not-so-distant future.
Who Should Attend?
Quest recognizes that the entire Executive team of an organization should have an opportunity to participate. Bring your CFO, CEO, etc. along for the day-long event. The Executive Forum is open to senior IT and business-line executives along with direct reports. You do not have to be a Quest member or COLLABORATE attendee to attend the Executive Forum. Registration for this event is $50 if attending the full conference, $300 for all those. If you or someone from your organization would like an invitation, please email email@example.com.
About the Speakers:
USMC COLONEL (RET) ANTHONY A. WOOD
NIGEL FENWICK - FORRESTER RESEARCH
HEIDI SHEY - FORRESTER RESEARCH
How do I register?
You can register for the 2015 Executive Forum by using the COLLABORATE registration tool, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the Executive Forum activities on Tuesday, COLLABORATE offers a number of other sessions and networking opportunities designed for decision makers. Make plans to attend other C-level Development Track sessions throughout the week.
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