23rd Annual Virginia Forum delivers insights into one of the few public sector success stories

Posted on November 14, 2010

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Editor’s Note: While a somewhat severe allergic reaction has caused me to forgo my Virginia keynote on Monday, the PI Window on Business will still be on-site (thanks to our sponsor), to provide time delayed coverage of seven live sessions.

Even though restricted to bed, I will also be providing daily coverage with blog posts, video productions and Tweets . . . you gotta love notebooks, Blog Talk Radio, Skype and in general the power of social media!

 

Broadcasting Live from Hampton, Virginia November 15th to 17th

The PI Window on Business Show will be on the road covering the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Forum 2010 at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, in beautiful Hampton, Virginia the 15th to the 17th of November. (Use #vaforum10 to follow event tweets on Twitter.)

PI Window on Business Show . . . Radio Has Never Sounded Better!

Broadcasting live from the venue itself, the PI Window on Business Broadcast Booth which this year is sponsored by Elcom International, will cover key sessions of the conference as well as on the spot interviews with conference attendees and participants.

"Building Bridges"

Virginia’s largest event for state and local procurement professionals and supplier partners

Event Page Schedule

The EVENT PAGE will provide an outline of the schedule sessions we will be covering during the 2010 Forum on PI Window on Business Radio, PI Inquisitive Eye TV* and the Essential Connections Blog.

(NOTE: The Blog Talk Radio logo will appear beside the Forum 2010 Sessions that will be broadcast live from Hampton, Virginia. The listed times are local to Virginia (EST) – All covered LIVE sessions will be broadcast on a time delayed basis, and will also be available on an On-Demand basis following the LIVE broadcast)

PI Inquisitive Eye TV (*on USTREAM & YouTube)

Watch for our Daily Video Dispatches from Hampton, VA (November 15th to 17th, 2010)

URL Link to Broadcast: July 16th & July 29th, 2009

Essential Connections Blog

The Essential Connections Blog features guest posts by industry experts such as Judy Bradt, IACCM’s Tim Cummins, Richard Stiennon and Mark Amtower to name just a few.

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