by Joe Panettieri • Nov 10, 2017
For perhaps the first time ever, ConnectWise CEO Arnie Bellini, Service Leadership CEO Paul Dippell, TruMethods CEO Gary Pica and HTG Peer Groups CEO Arlin Sorensen will share the stage today at IT Nation 2017.
Indeed, the foursome will answer IT Nation attendee questions during an “Ask Them Anything” panel today at 12:45 p.m. ET in Bayhill 17-18. ChannelE2E is set to moderate the open microphone discussion between attendees and four of the leading minds in the IT services market.
Join us as we discuss the state of the industry, the health and evolution of IT services providers, best practices and common missteps, and an overall approach to the entrepreneur’s journey.
See you at 12:45 p.m. ET in Bayhill 17-18.
Sorry no live stream. I’ll see if I can post a recap post-session.
Was there a recap post?
Hey Thomas, Readers: We expect to post a recap no later than Tuesday, Nov. 14. Also, we’re checking to see if ConnectWise recorded the session. Stay tuned and thanks for your readership.
still nothing? was looking forward to this.
Hey Mark: Much of the session focused on growth challenges, particularly among $3M to $5M MSPs that don’t have a clear path forward. Arlin Sorensen pointed out that the biggest inhibitor involves ownership’s failure to hire the next generation of management and/or a midlevel management team.
Also, valuations along with M&A came up quite a bit. That conversation spilled over into a webcast hosted by Arnie Bellini and Paul Dippell. You can find details here.
I will double-check to see if a video of the IT Nation session was ever shared online, etc.
I can dig up my notes if it would be helpful, I have 3 or 4 pages worth sitting somewhere.
Notes Welcome. If you publish them on your blog or your feed (LinkedIn, etc.) we’ll be sure to link over. -jp
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.