The event will take place on Monday, January 6th, 2014, at the Alcatel-Lucent Kfar-Saba office:
Atir Yeda 16, Kfar Saba. 6th floor.
To register for the event please fill out this form and wait for our "registration approved" email.
Thank you and hope to see you at the event!
Technit steering committee.
08:30 - Gathering + light breakfast.
09:15 - Networking and Business Success, 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.
• 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 Max Adam:
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 Sverdlov is a Director in Alcatel-Lucent, responsible for all technology scouting and business development activities for the purpose of partnerships, investments and M&A in Israel and for most software-related technology scouting activities globally.
In this position she maintains close relationship with the VCs, bankers and the startup community as well as with the Chief Scientist office.
Prior to that, Liat was a consultant at McKinsey & Company Business Technology Office in New York, advising senior executive in Fortune 500 companies on how to derive business value from technology.
Before that, Liat worked at Kulicke and Soffa Industries, a global leader in the semiconductor equipment manufacturing, as a software manager, leading globally distributed software development and test teams.
Prior to that, Liat was a telecommunications analyst in the Intelligence Corps in the Israeli Defense Force.
Liat holds an Executive Master in Technology Management from Wharton and University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering as well as a B.Sc in Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv and Temple Universities.
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 it?
13:00 – Closing words