WESTPORT, Conn., Dec. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HMG Strategy, the leading producer of CIO Executive Leadership Summits in North America, surged to an exceptionally strong finish in Q4 2013, setting new highs for attendance and thought-leadership in a continuing series of world-class executive-level events for CIOs and IT leaders.
"HMG Strategy has built the strongest CIO/IT executive leadership community in North America with the enthusiastic support and active participation of thousands of CIOs and executive leaders," said Hunter Muller, President and CEO, HMG Strategy. "The continuing success of our model demonstrates the global need for C-level executive networking events designed expressly for IT leaders, across all industry verticals. We deliver unparalleled value based on our thought-leadership, HMG proprietary research, International Advisory Board and events, to create a truly unique value proposition for the IT industry."
In 2014, HMG Strategy CIO Executive Leadership series will be in major markets including Phoenix, New York, Boston, Houston, San Francisco, Dallas, London, Washington, D.C, New Jersey, Chicago, Toronto, Detroit, Atlanta, Denver, Greenwich, San Diego, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles. "2013 has been a highly successful year, and I am deeply gratified that we were chosen by our sponsors and partners to support their key business growth strategies in the market," said Muller, "there is no faster way to develop key business relationships, to push your business forward."
Summits and events featured world-class keynote speakers, panelists and discussion leaders from leading global organizations including Avaya, Avon, Baxter International, Boeing, Boston Scientific, Box, Chevron, Cisco, Citigroup, CVS Caremark, Comerica Bank, Delphi, DIRECTV, Facebook, Federal Reserve Bank, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), GE, HP, IBM, Intel, JPMorgan Chase, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Korn Ferry, Lazard, Manulife Financial, Marriott, McAfee, McKesson Corporation, Salesforce.com, Safeway, Sprint, Terex, Verizon, VMware, Waste Management, and Workday.
Sponsors included major organizations such as Accenture, Acxiom, Adobe, AppDynamics, Appian, Avanade, Avaya, Box, CA Technologies, Canon, Chateaux Software, Cisco, Citrix Systems, Code 42, Comcast Business Class, CommVault, CSC, Datalink, Deloitte, Endava, Good Technology, HP, IBM, Informatica, Information Builders, Jive, Microsoft Corporation, MindTree, Netuitive, Okta, QlikTech, Rackspace, ServiceNow, Sprint, Symantec, TCS, TIBCO, Time Warner Cable, Workday and xMatters.
The firm's strategic partners include Egon Zehnder International, Heidrick & Struggles, Korn Ferry, Russell Reynolds Associates, and Spencer Stuart. "We have a truly unique set of partnerships that genuinely differentiates us from the competition," said Muller.
"The rapid adoption of newer technologies such as social, mobile, analytics and cloud makes this an extremely exciting and important period of time for CIOs and IT leaders," said Muller. "Our goal at HMG Strategy is helping CIOs and IT leaders acquire relevant timely knowledge and make the best decisions to drive real business value across the enterprise. To do this, we are building the strongest network of CIOs on the planet."
The 2014 CIO Summit of America is set for Jan. 28 at the Harvard Club in New York. For more details and to register, please click on this link.
About HMG Strategy
HMG Strategy is a leading global provider of innovative IT leadership, management and technology support to CIO/Senior IT executives by focusing on the 360-degree needs of the CIO/IT Leader. Our events and services raise thought leadership, knowledge sharing and networking to the highest level. HMG Strategy provides access to an international network of more than 60,000 CIO/Senior IT executives, industry experts and world-class thought leaders. For more information about HMG Strategy and its unique portfolio of CIO/IT leadership resources, visit www.hmgstrategy.com or contact Hunter Muller at 203-221-2702 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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