Horizon’s CEO to Speak at Small Business Technology Tour in Boston
Allen Falcon, CEO of Horizon Info Services (www.horizoninfoservices.com) has been selected to speak at the Small Business Technology Tour in Boston on October 25th (hashtag #smallbiztechtour). Sharing the stage with Laurie McCabe from the SMG Group, Raju Vegesna of Zoho, and Shahab Kaviani from HyperOffice, the panel will focus on Online Collaboration and Communication: How to LISTEN Inside Your Company.
“We’re excited that small businesses and entrepreneurs can hear from experts who can help them use technology to grow their businesses,” says Ramon Ray, Executive Producer of the Tour and Editor and Technology Evangelist for Smallbiztechnology.com. “Our events have grown each year and the loyal following of attendees and sponsors reinforces that we are resonating with businesses. Attendees should expect to learn, laugh, network and win tech goodies.”
The all day event features America’s leading experts on small business and technology, who will share their insight, lead discussions and show attendees how they can harness technology to save time, save money, boost productivity, increase revenue and better serve customers.
“The conference has a unique focus on emerging technologies that can help small and mid-size businesses grow,” noted Falcon. “The event is a unique opportunity for business owners to learn and network.”
Other sessions include: Six Rules for Strategically Using Technology to GROW Your Business; Your Mobile Business: How to Manage Your Business and Boost Customer Service through Mobile Technology; From CDs and Hard Disks To Browsers: Migrating To A Cloud Computing World; New Media. Old Rules. Why The Rules Of Old School Marketing Still Apply; Why Email Marketing, Blogs and Web Sites are NOT Dead; and Technology Watch: Top New Technology Solution Trends and How They Can Help Your Small Business.
The event is scheduled for October 25th at Microsoft’s New England Research and Development (NERD) center in Cambridge, MA. Early Bird (before October 18th) registrants will pay $49 for the all-day event. For more information visit http://www.smallbiztechtour.com.