Straight from the Source – Details on TEX 2.0

Straight from the Source – Details on TEX 2.0

Amy Chovanec, Exchange Director for the Telecom Exchange (TEX) and CEO Exchange joined the team back in March, bringing with her incredible insight and experience that will help enhance the community at large to continue to drive change in the tech and telecom industry.

Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, Founder and CEO of Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA) sits down with Amy to tell our viewers directly about our new event concept TEX 2.0. Click the video below to view the full interview or check out the highlights below.

What is TEX 2.0? 

As the meeting point of telecom, tech and content delivery, TEX is designed to not only drive the right audience, but the right collaborative conversations, so the end result is a list of agreed-upon, accountable  action items, for, of and by the industry decision makers, clearly documenting next steps.

TEX LA November 6 – 7th – Why LA? 

LA is a major gateway for networks – with key carrier hotels and data centers located within LA and up and down the west coast as well as the huge bandwidth traffic consumption from West Coast content and cloud providers. LA has been neglected by telecom event producers, yet it is so critical for our network infrastructure.   

How is TEX different from other industry events?

TEX brings together the tech and telecom ecosystem with with the ability to meet one-on-one with prospects, customers and partners, not just peers. TEX also provides an opportunity for attendees to connect before the event organized by an easy-to-use, online/app meeting manager to ensure event ROI.

What is CEO Exchange?

It is a 24/7 networking platform to use in between industry event dates to keep the momentum going, further driving the messages and action items from TEX 2.0 events.

Where can you learn more? 

About the Author:

As the results-driven Exchange Director for JSA, Amy is responsible for working closely with the members of the CEO Exchange and attendees of Telecom Exchange, to facilitate additional and beneficial business relationships, collaboration and engagement, for a more interconnected networking community experience. Amy brings over 7 years of event management experience to the JSA Events team. Prior to joining JSA, Amy was the Event Producer for the Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association, spearheading member relations, sponsors, speakers, marketing, and programs to foster the development of in-building wireless infrastructure. Amy was also the Event Director for iMiller Public Relations (iMPR), a marketing and media relations company managing events ranging from client meetings, to conferences and tradeshows, to online webinars and networking receptions. Prior to working for iMPR, Amy served as an Event Manager for Chicago Special Events Management, where she produced public events for not-for-profit organizations including popular street festivals, concerts, runs and parades, often attracting tens of thousands of participants. Amy earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Illinois State University. While there, she served as a member of the Women’s Volleyball program. Amy resides in Chicago and enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

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