This event is not sponsored by CUAASC. It is posted here as a courtesy to the Wharton club and
ACG Orange County because we believe it may be of interest to our Orange County and
Business School members. All interested alumni attendees should register and pay using the
link listed under "Registration" below.
The Wharton Club of Southern California & ACG-Orange County
invite you to attend
IT Futures - Round 3!
Emerging Technologies - Untapped...or Over-Hyped?
Wednesday, April 25 2007, 7:15 – 9:00am at the Center Club in Costa Mesa
New technologies are on the horizon – Which ones are likely to matter? Can the stated benefits find their way to your bottom line or will keeping up with these new technologies likely cost more than the effort? How do you know when to invest and how much?
Join us as the dynamic and insightful Darin Briskman returns to help us unravel the mysteries surrounding some of the latest technologies coming to market.
Our featured speaker, Mr. Darin Briskman, is a Senior Information Technology Architect for IBM, based in their Advanced Technology Labs in Beaverton, Oregon, USA. He has helped hundreds of IBM customers and partners to design, articulate, and successfully implement a wide range of enterprise-wide IT solutions. Some of his more notable clients include Boeing, Albertsons, Visa, Diamond Shamrock, Experian, JP Morgan Chase, Farmers Insurance, Real Networks, The University of California, Kohl's Stores, eBay and Intel.
Registration: Online at www.acg.org/occ (Events tab)
ACG & Wharton SoCal Members & OCMBA alumni: $25 advanced registration
Non-Members and guests: $50
Columbia alumni will receive the preferred $25 pricing. This price is a real bargain for a Center Club event.
Breakfast and Parking included.
When: Wednesday, April 25, 2007, 7:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Where: The Center Club 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 662-3414
From the 405, exit Bristol and go north for approximately 1/3 mile. Turn right onto Town Center Drive. Proceed to the Performing Arts Center and bear left for paid valet parking.
Space is limited for this event! Don’t Miss out – Register soon!
OCMBA is an alliance of the alumni chapters of 11 leading Business Schools including Chicago, Columbia, Darden, Haas, Harvard, Kellogg, MIT-Sloan, Stanford, UCLA-Anderson, USC-Marshall and Wharton.