CMO Atlanta Roundtable Dinner | Feb 8, 2018 | Atlanta, GA, USA

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The CMO Atlanta Roundtable Dinner is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

The summit was very tightly run. There was no wasted time. Every minute provided either presentations, panels, vendor one-on-ones or networking opportunities. Also, the topics were very spot on with addressing current trends and needs.

Director of Information Security, Williams Lea

As always, a well-planned event! I liked that there were multiple tracks running in parallel. I was able to identify a few new partners on the security side that we will be doing business with this year!

CTO/Director of Technology, California Insurance Guarantee Association

It was a good summit! The vendor exchanges were great. I strengthened relationships and renewed a few with EMC, HP, Red Hat and Rimini Street.

Executive Director - CTO Architecture and Engineering, CITI

The sessions were fantastic. They were well-attended and the content and speakers were well-chosen. The topics were also applicable to the current issues in the industry.

CEO, President & Co-Founder, Simply Mac

I thought the summit was excellent. It had the correct balance of topics, networking events, vendor meetings and outdoor activities. It was a great way to quickly get immersed in the latest tools and trends as well as highly professional and in a great setting.

SVP, Architecture

 

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