April 03, 2018 CEO of VisionIT, David Segura set to give keynote at the largest business expo for minority businesses in Florida.
David Segura is set to give the keynote address this Friday April 6th, during the Florida State MSDC's 33rd Annual Business Expo luncheon at 12pm. The theme this year is “Race to Success” – “R” for Revenue, “A” for Accountability, “C” for Customer Service and “E” for Excellence.
The Business Expo features hundreds of business appointments, power-packed workshops, industry group gatherings, an Elevator Pitch Competition, Master Classes, a Buyers and Sellers Lounge, the Youth Entrepreneur Workshop and much more.
Segura’s keynote is titled “What’s under your hood?”. Segura will talk about the technology transformation taking place and how MBE firms can utilize technologies from IoT to AI in creating new solutions and market differentiation.
The Business Expo is the largest minority business event in Florida. As the Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council’s premier annual event, it draws business leaders from across Florida and the nation. The Business Expo brings together a unique cross-section of minority entrepreneurs, large corporations and government agencies to create new relationships, ventures and opportunities for growth.
Major sponsors for the conference include Disney, AT&T, Duke Energy, Orlando Health, and Jackson Memorial. The event will be held at Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
About VisionIT: VisionIT is a global software development company, a preferred systems integrator within large enterprise customers, and a conduit for new technology through its Innovation Studio. VisionIT produces enterprise software through their delivery centers in the U.S., Mexico and the Philippines. These software products are VisionIT developed platforms including CareTrail in healthcare communication/collaboration and FreightVerify in freight logistics tracking. VisionIT is also a certified technology partner and reseller of software and solutions with SAP, Microsoft, Samsung, and OpenText.