Friday, August 14, 2020

XChange 2020 Virtual Event August 20th

I got a note from my friends over at XChange about their new XChange+ event for 2020. It's next week. Online, of course, and free.

Please Register Now 

As them mention on the Channel Company blog:

The Channel Company is debuting a “reimagined” event model for solution providers with its XChange+ conference next week, which will include in-person events around the U.S. followed by a day of virtual sessions.

XChange+ 2020 will kick off with 11 regional events across the country, attended by 12 to 15 solution provider professionals at each. The limited attendance is part of protecting the health and safety of all participants and is just one of the many precautions being taken, according to executives at The Channel Company, which is the parent company of CRN.

The regional events are set for Aug. 18 and 19, with a virtual experience to follow on Aug. 20 that’s free for solution providers.

The Channel Company normally holds its in-person XChange conference in August. But amid the COVID-19 pandemic, “we needed to reimagine our events business,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company.

Here are a few highlights:


The Silent Language Of Leaders

Linda Clemons, CEO, Sisterpreneur & Body Language Expert

Perspectives: The Five Stages Of Recovery—An Insider’s View Of Today’s IT Buyer

Joseph Pucciarelli, Group VP and IT Executive Advisor, IDC  Mary Wyderski, CIO, Network Services Company  Brad Schneider, Director of IT, Employer Advantage

Reimagined, Adapting To An Uncertain Future 

Justin Gilbert, Senior Director of Channel Marketing, Zix


Time Utilization: Time, Money, Energy--The Power Of Your Resources, Michele Thornton Ghee, Media Mogul, Entrepreneur, Author & People Champion

Closing Keynote: 

Peer Perspectives, Robert DeMarzo, SVP, Event Content and Strategy, The Channel Company  

Luis Alvarez, President & CEO, Alvarez Technology Group, Inc.  

Dawn Sizer, CEO, 3rd Element Consulting  

George Pashardis, RVP Sales, ePlus Technology, Inc


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