Business Technology Conference Scheduled at Duquesne University
The Duquesne University Chrysler Corporation Small Business Development Center and the A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration will present the first Pennsylvania Business Technology Conference on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
The day-long conference will focus on improving profitability, productivity and performance through technology. Registration, including breakfast, lunch and parking, is $150. Registrations made by Nov. 10 are discounted to $130.
Keynote speakers will be Dan Miklovic, managing vice president of Gartner Inc., an international technology research and consulting firm, who will predict hot technology issues for the next three years, and U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle, D-14, whose top priorities include revitalizing local communities.
Other topics presented will include a technology roundtable, solutions for streamlining operations and lowering costs, eMarketing trends, network security and evaluating, managing and using new technologies. A technology showcase will be displayed.
For registration or more information, visit www.conference.duq.edu or call 412.396.6233.
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