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IT Management Conference
New York, United States - 14th to 16th October 2009
Conference / congress

ITMC will feature top IT Leadership including Gary Vaynerchuk, the CIO of Forbes, Founder of MySQL, Creator of PHP & CTOs from GE, IBM, CSC, AIG, Avocent, Citigroup, Nortel & many more

The IT Management Conference ( Oct. 14-16, 2009 in New York City will showcase 50+ presentations over 3-days from world-renown industry-leaders such as the Founder & Creator of MySQL Michael "Monty" Widenius, Internet Celebrity & Social Media Sommelier Gary Vaynerchuk, Co-Creator of PHP & Zend CTO Zeev Suraski and Richard Sheridan, CEO of Menlo Innovations & Pioneer of Agile eXtreme Programming.

14th to 16th October 2009


Contact for booking / more info:
Barbara Kaye IT Management Conference 646-736-7726

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