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OHTec CIO Symposium 2017

Since 2000, the OHTec CIO Symposium, the longest-running gathering of these tech leaders in Northeast Ohio, has offered an exceptional forum for CIOs and IT executives to share insights on critical business issues and make important connections with each other.

The 2017 symposium will offer an invaluable experience for CIOs of any industry, from any size enterprise and at any stage of their career.

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RITE HR IT Roundtable

RITE (Regional IT Engagement) and its partners are seeking your ongoing and collective engagement to impact the region’s IT talent development system. If you are an IT recruiter, IT talent acquisition staff or IT hiring manager, consider joining companies like OE Connection, Hyland Software, Eaton to form a one-of-a-kind action network to formulate strategies and solutions to your most pressing IT talent issues.


Greater Cleveland Partnership 2017 Chairman's Forum

Greater Cleveland Partnership members are invited to join us for an exclusive briefing with GCP Board Chair Rick Chiricosta, chairman, president and CEO of Medical Mutual of Ohio.

You'll hear about our work to improve the business climate and advance economic development in our city, region, and state.

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Procurement Professionals Group

Cuyahoga County will host the Commission on Economic Inclusion’s Procurement Professionals Group for a discussion on supplier diversity programs from the perspective of government agencies and lessons that can be applied in both the public and private sectors.

Constance Haqq, director of administration and external affairs, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, will moderate a panel that will include Jeffrey Johnson, chief of the Minority Business Development Division at Ohio Development Services Agency and Luis Cartagena, inclusion officer for Cuyahoga County. Learn more.

Business Growth Boot Camp: Looking with Fresh New Eyes

Jim Gilmore, co-author of the highly successful book, "The Experience Economy," will introduce skill-building material from his most recent book, "LOOK: A Practical Guide for Improving Your Observational Skills."

Participants will gain a solid understanding of the “Six Looking Glasses” tool through a combination of explanation, illustration, and hands-on exercises.

Gilmore’s ideas have been featured in numerous articles on business strategy and innovation for such publications as Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, and Investors Business Daily, among others. Learn more.

Morning Conversation: Congresswoman Marcia Fudge

Greater Cleveland Partnership members are invited to a Morning Conversation with U.S. Representative Marcia L. Fudge, who has served the 11th Congressional District of Ohio since 2008.

She partners with the Ohio delegation to champion key issues of importance to the region’s business community, including protecting the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, supporting the New Market Tax Credit program; and advocating for the NASA Glenn Research Center. Click to register.

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