DECEMBER, Colo., March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Howard Fish, executive vice president and chief information officer at onTargetjobs, will be an attending "celebrity" at the Colorado Technology Association's (CSIA) C-Level @ Mile High tomorrow.
The fourth-annual event honors leading executives as area "celebrities" and is organized to increase network and business relationships among Colorado companies.
"This prominent event recognizes the need to help Colorado tech companies grow deep relationships with technology executives, IT department leaders and other larger Colorado companies," said Su Hawk, president of CSIA. "We have heard from both sides that they want to do more business within Colorado and needed more opportunities to meet and build relationships, so this event is the perfect time to bring all the stakeholders together."
Since the program's inception in 2007, the CSIA C-Level @ A Mile High has stimulated hundreds of relationships and resulted in millions of dollars of work between Colorado companies.
"OnTargetjobs's portfolio of career Web sites across healthcare, the life sciences, hospitality and local markets offers unique opportunities for connections within each niche market," Fish said. "I'm excited to share these opportunities and our technical expertise at the state's top networking event."
More details about C-Level @ Mile High on March 11 are online at www.coloradotechnology.org.
About onTargetjobs (www.ontargetjobs.com)
OnTargetjobs is the leading job-board company and the parent corporation of BioSpace.com, Hcareers, HEALTHeCAREERS Network, RegionalHelpWanted.com and JobShop.ca. These Web sites provide online career services to bio, pharmaceutical, hospitality, healthcare and local markets.
OnTargetjobs also powers niche career centers within bizjournals.com's™ 42 regional Web sites.
About CSIA (www.coloradotechnology.org)
CSIA is the leader in uniting and growing Colorado's information technology industry by providing advocacy, education, business connections and information, while supporting economic development, unification of technology stakeholders, and larger recognition of the industry and people involved to develop and promote Colorado's technology industry.
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