CTA announces top 10 Colorado technology leaders at C-Level
Thursday, March 6, 2014
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Media Contact: Megan Ryan, Marketing & Events Director, 303.592.4069, cell: 505.321.7367, email@example.com
Colorado Technology Association announces top 10 Colorado technology leaders at C-Level @ A Mile High tonight
Denver, CO (March 6, 2014) –The Colorado Technology Association’s (CTA) 8th annual C-Level @ A Mile High is tonight at Sports Authority Field. The United Club Lounge will be transformed into a giant silent auction with more than 1,300 in attendance. Bidding will take place on "celebrity packages” offering time with 81 C-level executives plus traditional silent auction items such as trips, artwork and sports memorabilia. The event is the largest technology business exchange in Colorado and CTA’s most important annual fundraiser.
More than 80 executives, titled "celebrities" for this event, will be in attendance representing more than 70 companies. The top 10 Colorado large company technology leaders for the event include:
Vincent Melvin, CIO of Arrow Electronics, Inc.
David Anderson, Sr. VP and CIO of CH2M HILL
Stephen Katsirubas, SVP & CIO of Crocs Inc.
Alan Cullop, CTO of DaVita, Inc.
Scott Hicar, SVP Global Technology Services, CIO of DigitalGlobe
Mike Marcotte, Global Chief Digital Officer of EchoStar Corporation
Kishore Nayak, SVP & CIO of Gates Corporation
Rob Meilen, VP & CIO of Hunter Douglas
Al Rosabal, COO & CTO of NCM Media Networks
Chris Laping, CIO of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc.
View a complete list of celebrities here
Attendees will have the opportunity to bid on time with the executives whose planned projects match their business objectives. The unique event connects technology solution providers of all sizes with technology executives who have budgets to spend on innovative solutions. View all of the 1,300+ attendees here.
"The Colorado technology community is fueled by the companies, leaders and volunteers who give their time and money to move Colorado forward. C-Level @ A Mile High highlights this generosity and celebrates those helping make our technology community the best in the world,” said Erik Mitisek, CEO of the Colorado Technology Association.
About Colorado Technology Association: The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) leads the network of companies and professionals fueling Colorado's economy, through technology. Since 1994, the association has represented Colorado’s technology industry, one of the fastest growing industries in the state.The CTA leads an inclusive network that benefits our member community, advocates for a pro-business and technology-friendly climate, influences the development of a robust talent pipeline and leads initiatives to help companies grow. For more information on Colorado Technology Association, please call 303.592.4070 or visit ColoradoTechnology.org.