Early bird tickets are available through Feb 12 at $45.00, thereafter $55.00

Dear Colleague,

Join us at the 10th Annual State of the CIO Invitation Breakfast and learn about the councils exiting advocacy programs.

Education and Skills:

• Improving the skills being taught in our colleges, universities and high schools to build better prepared future workers

• Informing top students and faculty about the CIO Council in order to highlight the needs of our members

Community Outreach:

• Sponsor and/or participate in focused community activities in a way that expands the CIO Council’s reach and visibility

• Sponsor or endorse initiatives that grow the local tech talent pool


• Provide CIOs with easier access to the local pool of qualified and interested high school and college level students

• Provide feedback on skills and needs to the local educational community


• Encouraging local CIOs to give back to the south Florida tech community through scholarships to deserving high school students who will pursue a tech education at a Florida school

Apply promotional code 'SCIO-16' to register or click here

Please note, you ticket include access to all general sessions
throughout the morning.

After the breakfast you are invited to attend all the general session activities included in the schedule.

Early bird tickets are available through Feb 12 at $45.00, thereafter $55.00

Invitation only CIO Breakfast

When: Wednesday, March 10, 2016

Where: the Signature Grand, Davie (map)


7:00 am – 7:30 am    Registration for “By-Invitation CIO Breakfast”
7:30 am – 8:30 am    Breakfast and Networking

• Breakfast and Networking

• Sponsor exhibits

• CIO Council Kick-off

• General Session

• CIO Council Advocacy and Scholarship Awards

• Awards and wrap-up

If you have questions regarding participation please reach out to either Maurice Dubuc or Steve Earle.

Serving South Florida’s Technology Leaders

The mission of the iCoast CIO Council is to enhance community awareness of Information Technology issues through education and communication. The participation of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) from South Florida’s commercial business, government, and educational institutions, creates opportunities for these executives to grow their respective organizations and provides personal growth. The Council provides a forum for an open exchange of ideas, collaboration on issues of mutual importance, leveraged vendor relationships, and focused community involvement.

Contact us: info@iCoastCIOCouncil.com