The Path to Chief Business Innovator
Senior midmarket IT leaders must do more than just speak the language of business. They must be innovators who advance their organization with persuasion, engagement and trust. By doing so, they will earn the confidence of both those inside and outside their sphere of authority and be able to exert extreme influence because they have mastered the skills of a business strategist.
With today’s businesses being built around technology, there is no better candidate to lead the organization forward than the innovative CIO who is fostering sales growth, creative marketing and customer intimacy. These individuals possess the ability to capitalize on the latest tech trends, while continually honing their business skills. MES Spring provides the platform for these innovative senior IT leaders to gather the business and technology intelligence that they need to support their companies’ evolving needs with new approaches to IT.
Interactive Boardrooms- The heart and soul of MES. IT executives are matched with technology vendors based on interest level. The relationships formed with the members of your boardroom group, endure long after the MES event ends.
Solutions Pavilion- Time to explore the latest technologies and solutions in a relaxed atmosphere. Compare products side by side, and build your short list of potential partners.
Inspiring Keynotes- MES assembles a line-up of top notch speakers to help you up your leadership game, better your communication style and drive your organization to new heights.
Solutions Suites- Visit intimate technology showcases featuring live product demos and the opportunity for in-depth conversations with individual vendors ─ mix, mingle and maximize your product knowledge in a fun-themed atmosphere with festive food and drink.
Join Us for the Midsize Enterprise Summit’s 2nd Annual Channel@Work Charity Project ─ Orlando Day Nursery ─ Sunday, May 5
Channel@Work is the charitable arm of The Channel Company, producer of the Midsize Enterprise Summit (MES). The Channel@Work projects in which events’ team and conference attendees participate are designed to bring the IT community together and give back to the local communities where our events take place.
During the morning of Sunday, May 5, the MES Spring 2019 Channel@Work project will bring together 20-25 midmarket IT leaders to help clean, refurbish and refresh the Orlando Day Nursery. The Orlando Day Nursery (ODN) has provided early childhood care and education for working, low-income families in Central Florida for over 90 years. ODN was founded in 1921 by a group of women who wanted to provide child care for working mothers widowed by World War I.
MES volunteers will help ODN by: cleaning and organizing classrooms, assisting with garden upkeep, painting classrooms and buildings, and cleaning and maintaining playground equipment.
If you are interested in participating in this great initiative, please contact Tracy Fischer at firstname.lastname@example.org.