The 2021 Electronic Security Expo (ESX) Virtual Experience, June 15-17, presented by the Electronic Security Association (ESA), will feature industry expert speakers, including Ryan Estis and John Mack, delivering presentations on the Main Stage.
Ryan Estis is an expert on leading organizations through change and enhancing business performance. For almost two decades, Estis has helped companies connect with employees and customers as an ad agency executive and Fortune 500 Chief Strategy Officer. As the opening keynote speaker on June 15, Estis will deliver a presentation entitled “Adapt and Thrive.” He will discuss how to prosper in an increasingly connected, competitive business environment with actionable insights attendees can immediately put into practice to jumpstart innovation, elevate performance and improve profitable growth at their organization.
John Mack is executive vice president, co-head of investment banking and head of mergers and acquisitions at Imperial Capital. For the general session on June 16, Mack will present, “The Business of Security: Industry Trends, Threats and Opportunities,” providing valuable insights on where the electronic security and life safety industry is heading. His industry acumen will equip attendees with the knowledge on how to stay competitive and relevant in the business of security.
“These renowned leaders will provide a fresh perspective on the future of business,” comments George De Marco, Chairman, ESX.
“ESX looks forward to bringing together these thought leaders to share their expertise about how to navigate today’s competitive environment and pave a more prosperous road ahead.”
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