Responding to hoots and a stadium aglow with the virtual lighter app, we're excited to welcome the return of Todd Hewlin as a keynote speaker for Progress Exchange 2014. Todd will be taking center stage on October 6th to share his vision of the B4B business model shift, where the transformation of supplier-customer relationships bring business customers unparalleled value from technology. Todd will expand on what B4B is all about, outline the four gears of growth and explain how you can make B4B work for your business.
A little more about Todd… he’s a managing director at TCG Advisors where his background as a strategist, investor, and operator helps companies achieve breakout growth. He is a noted author and speaker on growth strategy with articles published in Harvard Business Review and McKinsey Quarterly. Todd is co-author of Consumption Economics: The New Rules Of Tech and B4B: How Technology And Big Data Are Reinventing The Customer-Supplier Relationship.
A little more on The Progress+ Business Forum…this one-day event on October 6 will help our partners connect, collaborate and spark innovation as they look to business strategy in 2015. Happening right before Progress Exchange, partners will glean insights, strategies and program initiatives to help drive business. You’ll not only get a chance to hear from industry experts and Progress business and technical executives, but also have access to subject matter experts to help you reach your goals and establish a leadership position in new and existing markets. But space is limited, so register today!
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