IDI Consulting to Sponsor MIT Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh’s “What’s the Big Deal?” Event
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Pittsburgh, PA – April 16, 2015 – IDI Consulting and MIT Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh are teaming up to host “What’s the Big Deal?” Join Pittsburgh’s cutting-edge entrepreneurs and skilled professionals April 23rd from 5:30 to 8:00pm at the Union Trust Building. Tickets are available at MIT Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh’s website as well as at the door. The event will showcase “Big Deals” in the region—from acquisitions to strategic partnerships.
Learn what goes on behind-the-scenes of major corporate deals, changes that result from business partnerships and what companies learn from their alliances. Sponsorship of “What’s the Big Deal?” supports the growth of programs designed to impact and help entrepreneurial development in Pittsburgh. Sponsors of the MIT Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh are supporting some of the fastest-growing, most vital enterprises in the region.
About IDI Consulting
IDI Consulting is a Pittsburgh-based organization dedicated to solving business problems using strategic and technologic methods. As an adaptable, resourceful team, their span of knowledge includes business technology areas such as Project Management, Business Process Re-engineering, Major ERP Installation, Custom Application Development, Programming and Installation, Application and System Design, Database Analysis and Design, Systems Analysis and Design as well as Software Analysis and Design. IDI Consulting believes that when you solve for success first, projects go faster, cost less and perform better. www.IDI-net.com
About MIT Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh
The MIT Enterprise Forum strives to develop stimulating programs for entrepreneurs in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Their mission is to aim for success by informing, impacting and inspiring all those who have a passion for innovative business practices. www.EnterpriseForumPittsburgh.com
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