Intetics at Inc Magazine’s Growco Conference 2014

2014-14-05, by

Intetics is excited to attend the upcoming Growco conference taking place May 20th-22nd 2014 in Omni Nashville Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. The event, organized by Inc. Magazine, is a three-day conference for entrepreneurs and business leaders who want to achieve sizable growth within their organization.

The event will feature an impressive line-up of speakers and provides industry insights and resources to help boost company growth. The program includes general sessions, one-on-one conversations with successful entrepreneurs, panel discussions, real problem solving sessions and workshops.

The conference is organized by Inc. magazine, a monthly publication focused on growing companies. The magazine publishes an annual list of the fastest growing private companies in the US called “Inc 500|5000”. Intetics has been included in Inc 5000 for the past six years, among only 800 companies who have achieved the same honor. In 2013 Intetics also became Inc 5000 Honoree, for receiving the recognition for over 5 years in a row.

Intetics’ Business Development manager Aksana Navumenka will attend the conference next week. To meet Aksana at the event or to find out more about how Intetics can help make your software more efficient, contact us or follow Intetics on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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