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Seventh annual virtual conference scheduled for August 4-6
Downers Grove, Ill. – Insights and strategies to help companies involved in the business of technology adapt to a dramatically different marketplace will highlight the opening day of CompTIA ChannelCon Online 2020.
This is the seventh consecutive year that CompTIA has presented ChannelCon Online, a virtual gathering of technology industry thought leaders, decision-makers, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. The theme for ChannelCon Online 2020, set for August 4-6, is “Future Focused.”
“When we come together in early August we’ll do so in a time of unprecedented and unimaginable changes to our world,” said Kelly Ricker, executive vice president for events and education at CompTIA.
“But the tech industry has always been resilient,” Ricker continued. “Throughout the pandemic we’ve seen example after example of technology providing critical support for healthcare workers, scientists and first responders. At ChannelCon Online we’ll tap into that same get-it-done spirit as we work together to identify the best paths forward for our industry.”
The educational programming planned for Tuesday, August 4, includes a ChannelCon Power Panel session titled “What’s Next for the Channel?” Industry experts will discuss the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the channel during the first half of 2020, and where the channel is headed for the rest of this year and beyond.
Juan Fernandez, vice president of managed IT services at Imagenet Consulting, is among the scheduled panelists. CompTIA’s Carolyn April, senior director for industry research, will moderate the session.
“Exploring Partner Experience Trends” will examine how technology vendors and the indirect channel partners that sell, refer or consult around their products relate to one another in today’s market. Bob O’Malley, CEO, O’Malley & Associates, is one of the scheduled speakers for the session.
“Maintaining (and Growing) Your Sales Pipeline in Times of Economic Uncertainty” will make the case that this is the time for companies to nurture current customer relationships, reach new audiences and fill their pipelines with new opportunities. Heather K. Margolis, chairperson and founder of Channel Maven Consulting and Spark Your Channel, and Larry Walsh, CEO, chief analyst and founder of The 2112 Group, are the scheduled speakers.
Day one programming continues with two hours of the ChannelCon Solutions Showcase, where more than 100 companies, including software and hardware vendors and distributors, will share information on their new products and services, and wraps up with a “fun focused” ChannelCon Happy Hour.
CompTIA ChannelCon Online 2020 is free to anyone involved or interested in the business of technology around the world. To register or for more information visit www.comptia.org/channelcon.
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a leading voice and advocate for the $5.2 trillion global information technology ecosystem; and the estimated 75 million industry and tech professionals who design, implement, manage, and safeguard the technology that powers the world’s economy. Through education, training, certifications, advocacy, philanthropy, and market research, CompTIA is the hub for advancing the tech industry and its workforce. Visit www.comptia.org.