Webinar Series: ARMA Denver Spring Seminar 2021 Registration is open

After much anticipation registration is now open! We are eagerly anticipating our line up of speakers and topics that are timely, relevant and interesting.

MHD ARMA Spring Seminar will run from April 13-15th. We have two sessions per day that will run from 11:40 a.m-2 p.m. with short breaks between sessions. We hope you can join us for all six sessions!

Tuesday’s line up beings with our Keynote Bennett B. Borden, Esq. discussing Big Data Winners and Losers, the Ethics of Algorithms and Charles Weidman, CDA discussing Business Process Automation Supporting IG. Wednesday showcases Dave Foley’s Habit 7 of a Successful Information Program: Measure and Improve with Bennett B. Borden coming back to talk about Data Remediation Success Strategies: Tales from the Trenches. Thursday features Robert F. Smallwood, MBA, CIGO, CIP, IGP presentation on IG Certificates: Comparing Options to Grow your Career and our Endnote brings the infamous Andrew Ysasi, MS CRM, CIGO, FIP, FIIM, CIIPM, CISM, PMP, IGP, CIP to round out the seminar and discuss The Great Compromise of Privacy. Click the registration link at the end of this announcement for detailed information on the speakers and their topics.

The heavy hitters lined up for Mile-High Denver Chapter of ARMA’s 2021 Spring Seminar were also lined up for last year. The value of seeing these great speakers in one place is well over last year’s full ticket price. This is not to be missed!

Members who prepaid last year have a voucher to add during registration that will zero out the balance for this year. Guests who prepaid were sent instructions in a separate email.

Members who did not prepay last year can enjoy all six session for only $50! Guests who did not prepay last year pay only $60 for all six sessions. 

Registration is now open! Secure your spot today! We are waiting for you…


View the complete announcement here: https://armadenver.org/announcements.php?id=32

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