Cloud, cyber, data centers, AI, MGT, FITARA – it’s a noisy market, and almost every solution provider is barking at once. So, how do you say something compelling, differentiated, and get your story to stick? It’s all about thought-provoking statistics and data – collecting insightful and exposing contradictions that make the market raise an eyebrow.
The US federal government technology market is changing faster than ever before, and Gartner is right in the middle of it, helping agencies and vendors alike. Please join Katell Thielemann for a market trends overview, and an opportunity for Q&A.
You heard it from my colleague, Caroline Boyd, in her blog on “Tips for Killer Events” – event management is an insanely stressful job. As for me, I always imagined event planners having the best jobs filled with cake tastings, flowers, playlists, and décor. The “behind-the-scenes” of event planning – particularly in the Federal government space – is a stark contrast to the frilly and glamorous job depicted on the silver screen.
There’s a reason that Forbes listed Event Management as one of the top five most stressful jobs in America (it’s been in the top five for more than five years running) – only just losing out to police officers, airline pilots, firefighters, and mil
Our first lunch event – Facts are the New Black – was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Tower Club on July 13th and shared their perspectives on how to develop successful content marketing programs.
A well-executed custom event is an excellent way to connect with customers and prospects, get your message out, and generate new leads. But, with a different government IT event on the calendar nearly every day, how do you make yours stand out and get the most out of your investment?
Facts are the new black – always in demand, go with everything, and never out of style. How can Fed IT marketers create content marketing programs that help make our customers smarter, and ultimately, more successful?