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The Legends that Contributed to Silicon Valley's Eminence Assemble for Frost & Sullivan's Growth, Innovation and Leadership 2012 Congress
Date:8/9/2012

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GIL 2012: Silicon Valley—The Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership—connects some of today's greatest visionaries, innovators and leaders in order to share their best practices. Participants attending GIL 2012: Silicon Valley will also take part in dedicated interactive industry think tanks helping executives fortify their visionary perspective for the future, along with learning about the latest Mega Trends affecting the business community. Click here to register for GIL 2012: Silicon Valley, or visit http://bit.ly/OTfqPw.  Also, feel free to join the conversation on Twitter through #GILSV.

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