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Find Your Million Dollar Blind Spot

by Klaire Wesolowski

AITP Atlanta Chapter is hosting its next Chapter Dinner & Presentation, complete with networking and a discussion on insider management secrets from Gary W. Patterson. Known as the FiscalDoctor, Gary helps find the million dollar blind spot: before it finds you –to build sustainable profitable growth. He has worked with SMB, the Fortune 500 and methodically helped 2 companies reach the coveted INC 500 list. He was the global IT and supply chain re-engineering project head for H H Robertson, selected a premiere site by J D Edwards. Gary is a Stanford MBA/ KPMG Big 4 CPA, author of 4 books, strategy and risk, and recognized thought leader by “Financial Times” ExecSense presentations service.

Interested? Check out the details & don’t forget to register.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Networking begins at 5:30pm
Presentation and Dinner from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Crowne Plaza Ravinia
4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA

How it works:
Gary Patterson will facilitate a discussion to help you unlock funding and support from peers and upper management for your project after you learn insider secrets, which led to over 40 financing, M&A and non-monetary transactions aggregating more than $390 million. Techniques that you can take away. Assure project success and your next opportunity or promotion. Also learn how to re-evaluate when you are better off in the long-term not getting project approval.

About AITP Atlanta Chapter:
AITP Atlanta Chapter is the local chapter of the national Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), which comprises members at all levels and roles within the IT industry including CIOs, Senior Managers, Project Delivery, Service Delivery, Software Development, Vendors and Consultants.

The association has a strong bond with academic institutions, and includes many affiliated Student Chapters. A founding principle of the association is to support professional development within the IT community, and in support of this they offer mentoring and leadership to assist students to become IT professionals.

The Atlanta AITP chapter has been serving computer and information related professionals in Atlanta for over fifty years. A sponsorship of AITP student chapters includes American Intercontinental University, Chattahoochee Technical College, DeKalb Technical College, Georgia College and State University, Georgia Southern University, Gwinnett Technical College, Lanier Technical College, Southern Polytechnic State University and Western Carolina University.

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