NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BTIG, LLC announced today that it will host the 2016 BTIG Software Symposium, Priorities for Spending – 2017 and Beyond in San Francisco on Tuesday, December 13, 2016. BTIG’s symposium will bring company management from industry-leading companies together with key venture capital, private equity and institutional investors. The symposium will consist of interactive panel discussions with management teams discussing their spending priorities in the year ahead.
“Leadership from notable private equity, venture capital and other pioneering companies across a variety of industries will offer insight into their critical spending and budget decision-making process,” said Joel Fishbein, Jr., Managing Director and Software and Cloud Technology Analyst, at BTIG. “The BTIG Software Symposium will help clients understand how companies are utilizing technology to meet their mission-critical business objectives."
The symposium is part of BTIG’s Corporate Access offering that produces over 100 client events each year. Please note that participants must be pre-registered to attend. For more information, contact a BTIG representative or email email@example.com.
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