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CompTIA sets ANZ channel community meeting date

06 Jul 16

CompTIA has announced its next Channel Community meeting, set to take place in Sydney on July 21.

The meeting targets Australian IT business looking for a better understanding of change management and an industry roadmap to help them better navigate that change.

The event includes a keynote by NAB’s global head of research, Peter Jolly, who will share his views on today’s challenging economic landscape and how this can create opportunities for resellers. 

“It can be difficult and expensive to find independent advice on how to navigate economic change and prosper in uncertain times,” comments Moheb Moses, director - Channel Dynamics and Community director, CompTIA ANZ.

“At our event, businesses will learn how they can take advantage of new opportunities and how to stay ahead of the competition,” he says.

The ANZ Channel Community was launched in June 2015. The group is dedicated to technology resellers, solution providers, distributors, vendors, and channel associates based in Australia and New Zealand. 

Moses says the ANZ Channel Community meetings aim to let members network and learn from peers and industry experts in a vendor-neutral environment. 

He says the meetings are aimed at providing the local channel community a non-competitive forum with which to discuss the common challenges faced by the channel in Australia and New Zealand.

Those interested in reviewing the agenda or to register to attend the free Sydney community meeting can do so here

To join the ANZ Community or for more information click here.

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