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Managing in Troubled Times - Real World CEO Perspectives

Roy Dunbar Chairman & CEO Network Solutions  is speaking at TiE DC event “Managing in Troubled Times - Real World CEO Perspectives”  on Sept 24th. Here are the details of the event from TiE:

TiE DC and American University's Kogod School of Business are pleased to host, Managing in Troubled Times - Real World CEO Perspectives, an interactive discussion of best practices and lessons learned from managing companies through a challenging economy. This event is made possible by sponsor Trevor Chaplick, Proskauer Rose.

September 24 6:00-9:00 pm

American University Katzen Arts Center       

4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW Washington DC

Congressman Gerry Connolly (D-VA) will keynote the event to provide perspective on national policy and share details on creative strategies for success that he's seen within the business community.

The evening will include a panel of CEOs across a number of industries discussing their real world experience in leading their companies through a downturn. Moderated by AU Kogod School of Business Faculty the panel includes:

Roy Dunbar, CEO Network Solutions

Sandeep Sahai, President Headstrong

Bob Segert, President and CEO GXS

Register Today. Attendance is limited. Free for Charter Members and Members, $35 for non-members

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