CDM Media and CIOReview Announce Partnership for CIO SoCal Summit
CHICAGO: CDM Media, a leading B2B marketing and mediafirm, has announced CIOReview,a leading print magazine and online portal that bridges the gap between enterprise IT vendors & buyers, as a partner for the CIO SoCal Summit on March 20, 2018.
The CIO Southern California Summit is a chance for CIOs and IT executives in Southern California to meet with technology peers from multiple industries, including, but not limited to, health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities and education. This summit features engaging keynote speeches, open forums, think tanks, case studies and panel discussions on the latest technology topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CIOs and technology executives the opportunity to discuss common problems, and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees will leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.
Click here to learn more about the CIO SoCal Summit and how to attend.
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