[dropcap]Wireless[/dropcap] Without Limits 2014 Conference at Atlantis in the Bahamas. Wireless Without Limits is an annual broadband technology conference and trade show event “experience.” This year’s event is held at Atlantis in the Bahamas – from February 27th through March 3rd, 2014.
Solaris Technologies is an Elite Partner at this year’s conference and our Chief Operating Officer, Steve Clark, will be the Keynote Speaker. He will speak about “Being Prepared for Growth and Opportunity” on February 28th @ 9:30am.
We look forward to meeting you and your colleagues at the conference. For more information about our great product offerings such as galvanized steel tower, cell phone towers and cell on wheels (COW), etc.., please visit us at www.solaristechnologies.com.
About the Keynote Presentation:
Being Prepared for Growth and Opportunity
This presentation will cover the importance of being able to move quickly in response to opportunities and needs in the communities you serve. Learn how mobile towers enable rapid network expansion in response to your growing customer base (partially because there is less “red tape” to deal with) and how you can become the go-to resource for special events and disaster recovery.
About the Speaker: Steve Clark
Steve Clark, COO at Solaris Technologies, is a former Avaya Connectivity Solutions Group COO and a pivotal figure in AT&T’s growth in China. Mr. Clark holds a record of game-changing leadership that includes startup of the first joint ventures in the Pacific Rim, the creation and sale of a profitable wireless Internet service provider company, and led a high-profile cost reduction initiative featured in The Wall Street Journal for innovative leadership.
Mr. Clark spent many years in the Telecom/Wireless industry. He served as Group Vice President of Connectivity Solutions and Chief Operating Officer at Avaya Communications from January 2000 to January 2004. From October 1997 to January 2000, Mr. Clark served as the Marketing and Sales Vice President of Lucent Power Systems. From January 1982 to October 1997, Mr. Clark worked at AT&T where he acted as the managing director and chief representative in China and the regional managing director for the Asia/Pacific, as well as holding various sales and marketing positions. While at AT&T, Mr. Clark also served as program director for the AT&T Executive Education Program at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the chairman for the Public Affairs Committee of American Chamber of Commerce in the People’s Republic of China. Mr. Clark holds a B.F.A. degree in political communication from Southern Methodist University and a M.A. in Management from the University of Texas at San Antonio.