The 2016 CIO Peer Forum represents a community of senior IT executives combining forces with experts, thought leaders and practitioners to explore, discuss, learn and ultimately change the way CIOs do business. The event’s various sessions will provide attendees with actionable information that can create positive, immediate, and long-term impact on their organizations.
Speakers, panelists and peer discussion will explore numerous facets of the event theme – from the big-picture theory, strategies and Canadian status, to case studies, workshops and best demonstrated practices. The objective is to provide attendees with the insight and skill-sets to immediately impact their personal performance, and enhance their companies’ value.
The CIO Peer Forum will allow sponsors to reach and interact with a meaningful and interested audience of IT leaders – both the decision-makers and the actual implementers of technology-based solutions with an opportunity to showcase your brand to this pivotal market audience.
Why should you become a Sponsor?
The Peer Forum event is strategic in the CIO community. It is not a traditional exhibit-style trade event where you sit, sequestered in an exhibitor hall at a kiosk or booth, waiting for the next break in sessions to meet and greet your audience. As a Peer Forum sponsor, your representatives enjoy the same program and content as our members. They sit in the audience and have a unique networking opportunity in the same venue over two days with a senior Canadian IT practitioner audience – in an environment with a limited number of vendor representatives in attendance. There is also an opportunity for a limited number of sponsors to provide thought leadership to the CIOs via a non-commercial speaking spot, based on a Diamond sponsorship package.
How do I Become a sponsor?
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To give you some insight into who has sponsored the CIO Peer Forum, see the full list of 2015 sponsors below.