This is a peer-to-peer networking group that is for non-competitive businesses so executives can feel free to share business challenges with their peer group and have good, facilitated conversations. The group can be thought of as a peer advisory group for small to mid-size businesses with 10 or more employees and revenues above or near the $1 million mark.
We'll begin the discussion at 11:00 a.m. sharp and wrap-up by 1:00 p.m. Lunch will be served (if we are meeting in person).
Topic: Controlling Chaos – Lessons Learned Through the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal and COVID-19
Learn how this Denver based IT firm survived the Hillary Clinton email scandal leading up to the 2016 Presidential Election including: paparazzi media, death threats, FBI interviews, congressional investigations, fake news, foreign government cyber-attacks and more. David discusses crisis management and how you can better prepare and help protect you, your company, your people and your business assets.
Speaker: David DeCamilis, VP Sales & Marketing, Platte River Networks
David DeCamillis joined Platte River Networks, a Denver based managed IT services provider as in 2008. In 2014, DeCamillis was named one of the Top 10 Sales People in Colorado by Colorado Biz Magazine. With David’s influence, Platte River Networks has been honored with over 30 technology, service and growth awards over the past five years including Top IT Services Firm in Colorado and Top 10 Best Places to Work. He is a founder & president of Denver Technology Partners and the president of the Denver Biz Tech Expo. He also serves on The Channel XChange National Advisory Board and created the Women in Technology Scholarship in 2012 in partnership with Denver Public Schools helping young high school women pursue degrees in technology.
This group is closed. You are allowed to attend as a guest one time. If you are interested in attending as a guest or joining the group, please reach out to Heather Howerton, firstname.lastname@example.org.