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Larry Bossidy to Keynote on 'Simplifying Business Growth in a Complex World' at InformationWeek's Spring Conference

Larry Bossidy to Keynote on 'Simplifying Business Growth in a Complex World' at InformationWeek's Spring Conference

MANHASSET, N.Y., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- CMP's InformationWeek, today announced that Larry Bossidy, author and former CIO of Honeywell, will deliver a keynote on "Simplifying Business Growth in A Complex World" at the annual InformationWeek Spring Conference, taking place April 2-5 at the Ritz-Carlton in Amelia Island, FL.

Considered by most to be one of the most influential business leaders of our time, Bossidy will address the basic business model for growth, providing conference attendees with a big-picture view of the structural changes affecting business and the strategic tools for confronting this reality effectively.

Bossidy recently spoke to Brian Gillooly, Editor-in-Chief, InformationWeek Events and Optimize magazine, on the topic of new business complexities faced by executives. To access the podcast, visit http://www.informationweek.com/conference/bossidy.jhtml

The InformationWeek Spring Conference examines the theme "Optimizing the Core: Infrastructure & Business Data." Hundreds of technology executives from Fortune 1000 companies will attend to learn how leading companies optimize core technologies to improve efficiency and profitability. To register, go to http://www.informationweekconference.com/ or call 516-562-7685.

About InformationWeek

InformationWeek is the largest, most influential community of IT buyers and providers, focusing on driving and setting the agenda for business innovation powered by technology. Every week, InformationWeek touches more than 1 million business technology executives worldwide through its magazine editions, online sites, research platforms, and peer-to-peer events. InformationWeek is consistently recognized for its commitment to excellence and innovation, and has received several of the industry's top media accolades, including top spots in BtoB Magazine's Media Power 50, Circulation Excellence Awards from Circulation Management Magazine and several awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE).

About CMP Media

CMP Media is a marketing solutions company serving the technology, healthcare and lifestyles industries. Through its market-leading portfolio of trusted information brands, CMP Media has earned the confidence of more professionals and enthusiasts in these fields than any other media company. As a result, CMP is the premier provider of access, insight and actionable programs designed to connect sellers and buyers in each of these industries in ways that yield superior return on investment. CMP Media is a subsidiary of United Business Media (http://www.unitedbusinessmedia.com/), a global provider of news distribution and specialist information services with a market capitalization of more than $3 billion.

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