January 29, 2021
How Does a Company Double Revenue During a Pandemic?
Join other regional CIO Executives for a peer group meeting at POLYWOOD, Syracuse, IN. Our host is Sean Rassi, Executive Vice President at POLYWOOD will provide an overview and tour of POLYWOOD. POLYWOOD grew from a $90M company to $180M in 2020. They process over 425,000 milk bottles daily into recyclable lumber used to manufacture all-weather outdoor furniture. Join us to learn:
• How POLYWOOD double their income during 2020 while the pandemic raged from Syracuse, IN.
• How simultaneously selling through major retailers & the web can benefit your business
• How a fully integrated IT operation enables the success of POLYWOOD
Submit your thought-provoking questions in advance to C2 Information Technology Advisors.
You are invited to the Renaissance Executive Forum (REF) meeting on Friday, January 29, 2021, beginning at 8:30 AM. This meeting is an opportunity to see the difference between the REF and the NE IN CIO Forum. The REF model is in-depth and requires a high degree of personal accountability to your peers. It is a regional model that offers an expanded reach. To further explain, I have attached a briefing and video link. This meeting is at no cost to you so that you may experience the difference. It has a structure of its own.
Registration with close on Monday, January 18, 2021. To ensure an effective discussion, and to host a safe in-person meeting, the attendee count is limited. The regular members of the NE IN CIO Forum will be joined by other regional IT leaders.
Details In Brief
What: January 2021 Northeast Indiana CIO Forum and Renaissance Executive Forum Meeting
Topic: How Does a Company Double its Revenue During a Pandemic?
Host: Sean Rassi, Executive Vice President at POLYWOOD
When: Friday, January 29, 2021, at 8:30 AM
Time: Arrive by 8:30 AM for breakfast. Departure about 12:30 PM
For more information about the next meeting contact Clifford Clarke.
About the Forum
The Northeast Indiana Chief Information Officer (CIO) Forum is comprised of Information Technology leaders (CIOs, IT Directors, and IT Strategists). We meet quarterly, generally from 7:30 – 9:30 AM in various locations, sponsored by the group or other strategic partners, to discuss IT issues, trends, and best practices. This conversational series of sessions are designed to allow the free and confidential exchange of ideas so that CIOs and IT leaders can optimize their Information Technology operation.
The Northeast Indiana CIO Forum self-select the topics. The attendance in the group is limited to optimize the discussion. It is not a sales meeting of any type, although we do review appliances, applications, tools, and methodologies. It is designed to help CIO and IT Leaders remain connected to technology trends.
Contact us at 260-403-5855 if you are interested in joining this group or sponsoring a quarterly meeting. Additionally, various corporate sponsors host networking and learning events during the year.