CIO New York Roundtable Dinner by Solstice | Sep 24, 2019 | Butter Midtown - New York, NY, USA

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The CIO New York Roundtable Dinner by Solstice is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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For more information about the CIO New York Roundtable Dinner by Solstice contact marketing@cdmmedia.com

 

Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Excellent session, engaging audience and quality conversation.

Director, Media and Communications Providers

The meeting format was good as allowed for very interactive discussions and input. The content was awesome! The one-on-one conversations are a big differentiation to other conferences as it forces the conversation to determine real business synergies. All was positive!

Senior Account Executive, Rimini Street

The CDM Media events continue to get better. Topics and the quality of the sessions have even significantly improved since I was last at a CDM event. Discussions had a lot of depth. Overall, it was a great event and I'd definitely attend another.

SVP - Digital Strategy, Banco Popular

The event had strong speakers and I had good meetings with vendors. I learned a lot and made some great new contacts! The schedule was tight but efficient. The staff was very helpful and fun to be around!

CIO, Sonora Quest Laboratories

The flow of the event works well from the opening remarks to the keynotes to the various sessions. The executive exchanges resulted in some great discussions! We made contacts in the region and have build out new business relationships made at the summit.

Marketing Executive, IBM

 

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