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  • Len Devanna offers over 20 years of digital innovation experience at Fortune 500 brands. He helps companies with all aspects of their digital ecosystem, including online strategy, engagement marketing, and social brand management.

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Hey Len ...

Will you be posting the in-process list? It'd be great to see who's already signed up!

Thanks!

-- Chuck

You bet, Chuck... Post has been updated with a link to the current roster.

Hope to see YOU there!

This is going to be a really big year. Cloud technology is nothing new, but it's just now becoming widely adopted by organizations all over the world. One new offering, in particular, is really going to turn heads. Check out www.MAXinvasion.com for more info. I think what happens in Vegas might not stay in Vegas this time around!

Looking forward to seeing some new faces in May! Take care.

You know what, I'm very much incielnd to agree.

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