Akron, OH

Greater Akron Chamber to hold virtual leadership dialogue series this June

James Stephens

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Our life has never been better and easier since the massive growth of technology. It has changed the way we work, connect, and innovate. Through digital platforms, businesses can bring new opportunities into reality and reach goals that seem difficult to realize a few years before. Businesses have to constantly have an eye to what’s next in the digital work to position themselves for growth and differentiate themselves from their competition.

Dig deeper into the digital transformation by joining the virtual Leadership Dialogue Series by the Greater Akron Chamber, which will start in June. The chamber welcomes all of its members to participate. The dialogue will be held from 9:00-10:00 a.m. and will cost members $15. This event is followed by a live-streamed panel discussion at 10:00 a.m.

There will be three experts acting as panelists: Chris Reiger, CEO and Managing Partner of Sikich LLP; Priya Merchant, Digital Transformation Management Consultant; and Randy Pargman, Vice President of Threat Hunting and Counterintelligence at Binary Defense. Steve Millard, President of GAC, will act as the event’s moderator.

The participants will hear the three experts’ views on digital trends, leveraging digital technology, process improvement, and the best way to protect the company from the threats of digital footprint.

The event registration is only available for the members of the Greater Akron Chamber and is restricted to one representative per company. Since the capacity is limited, so please keep in mind that the registration fee is non-refundable but may be transferred. The virtual event option is available at no cost.

Register now at https://akronohcoc.wliinc18.com/events/Digital-Transformation--1073/details.

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