The Conversation Continues Around Raising Awareness for Equal Career Opportunities in Enterprise IT

Women in Communications Program Returns to Enterprise Connect 2020

Enterprise Connect, the leading conference and exhibition for enterprise communications and collaboration, is pleased to announce that its Women in Communications program will return to the annual event taking place March 30th-April 2nd at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando.

Enterprise Connect 2020 provides opportunities for women in the industry to build their knowledge and personal networks via the Conference, Exhibit Hall and networking opportunities throughout the event.

The Conversation Continues Around Raising Awareness for Equal Career Opportunities in Enterprise IT

Highlights of the Women in Communications program include:

  • Town Hall | Monday, March 30th

Hear from a panel of leading women in IT/enterprise communications and collaboration, followed by an open forum that will get to the heart of topics that most affect panelists and attendees. This no-holds-barred discussion–what’s going right, what still needs to be done, and how everyone in the industry can contribute to the solutions–will kick off the Women in Communications program.

  • Networking Reception | Monday, March 30th

    Beth Schultz is the editor of No Jitter and the program co-chair of Enterprise Connect.

    Beth Schultz is the editor of No Jitter and the program co-chair of Enterprise Connect.

Network with top women business leaders in the enterprise communications industry to celebrate the significant advancements and accomplishments women professionals are making today and tomorrow.

  • Spotlight Award | Submission Deadline – February 14th

Enterprise Connect will debut its first annual Spotlight Award program this year. The Spotlight Award is specifically intended to encourage and recognize women who have chosen to make a career as technologists or technology leaders in the enterprise. Anyone can submit a nomination—and nominations must be submitted by February 14. Learn more and find the link to the submission form here.

“The enterprise IT landscape is constantly evolving and in order to remain innovative we need a diverse workforce encompassing a wide range of ideas, knowledge and backgrounds,” said Beth Schultz, Enterprise Connect program co-chair and No Jitter editor. “The Women in Communications program is a platform to promote the advancement of women in enterprise technology.”

Enterprise Connect 2020 takes place March 30th – April 2nd at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando. For more information and to register for the event, click here.

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