February 3, 2015

Media Contact:

Lisa Doerner



Digital Rochester's 2015 CEO Seminar Series

Digital Rochester hosts events discussing CEOs' hottest topics of interest.

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Next week Digital Rochester (DR) will launch its 2015 CEO/President Special Interest Group (SIG) seminar series. The 2015 CEO SIG seminar series was developed as a result of extensive feedback from DR Corporate Members CEOs who desire a round table format to learn and share best practices that will assist them in taking their companies to the next level of performance.  This breakfast seminar series is free of charge to Digital Rochester's Corporate Members, and open to all Rochester area CEOs and Presidents for a nominal charge.  The seminar series is intended as peer networking for business leaders, not sales networking opportunities.


The CEO SIG programming committee reviewed several national surveys and talked personally with several of their Corporate Member CEOs to identify the stay-awake issues of company leaders. Each of the sessions will feature CEOs who have been recognized by their peers for their accomplishments in the topic areas and will provide benchmark data from other best practices companies. Attendees will leave with tangible and implementable ideas to take their companies to the next level.

  • The first event, on Feb. 12th, will address the challenges of successfully Building and Sustaining High Performance Teams.
  • The second event will bring together a panel of CEOs who have excelled in driving Innovation into their companies.
  • The final event will address the concerns expressed by so many of our corporate leaders relating to the expansion of their business. This CEO SIG seminar will address the primary ways to Finance the Expansion of a Company: raising debt and raising equity.   

Digital Rochester's CEO Seminar series will be led by Tom Agnello, the Chair of DR's CEO Special Interest Group.


Registration is available online at



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