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Tech Leaders 11th event - January 2014

We are happy to invite you to a Technit event hosted by Alcatel-Lucent.

The event will take place on Monday, January 6th, 2014, at the Alcatel-Lucent offices in Kfar-Saba:

Atir Yeda 16, Kfar Saba. 6th floor.

To register for the event please fill out the following form and wait for our "registration approved" email: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1d3AB6m6abtKT8C-Ujb-0ecWw2k6jWdD62lpIr92z5QQ/viewform

Looking forward to see you at the event!


Event's agenda:

08:30 - Gathering + light breakfast

09:15 - Business Success through Networking, Adam Max

Most of us recognize the importance of networking, and seek a more structured system for creating measurable results. We encourage participants to leave their comfort zone and use this opportunity to change our thinking in order to improve results.

Main Content

• Positioning myself as a center of organizational impact ( Hub )

• Nurturing relationships to reduce gaps between various interfaces

• Upgrade small talks to smart talks

• Develop my social capital in order to promote processes and leverage my career in the organization


About Adam Max: Adam is a lecturer and a networking trainer, having experience of over 20 years in sales management and international business development. Adam managed workshops for diverse audiences in Israel and overseas companies such as Sandisk, Google, IBM, Nice, EMC, Verint, and more.


10:30 - Liat Sverdlov, M&A Advisory Director at Alcatel-Lucent

Liat has over 10 years of experience in business and technology, both in consulting and in industry, managing people and projects in multi-national organizations across multiple geographies and advising CXOs in Fortune 500 companies.

Currently responsible for assessing opportunities for partnerships, investments and acquisitions. Concentration on the Israeli Market, as well as on Application related technologies worldwide.

11:30 – Break

11:50 - Trends & Innovation, Adi Yoffe,

In today's age, thinking about the future is no longer a privilege. In such a dynamic world, in which reality is changing rapidly, the ability to think of the future is the foundation for tomorrow's success.

Is it possible to think ahead? If so, how to do so?

13:00 – Closing words

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