Selected from 4,000 nominated companies, Wrike will present business strategy and technology to exclusive audience of innovators, investors and business leaders
LOS ANGELES-- Wrike, the work management software for high-performance teams, has been selected for the second consecutive year to present at the annual Montgomery Summit
, the leading business and technology conference that will take place in Santa Monica, Calif. on March 8 and 9. Wrike will exhibit as part of the Emerging Companies track, presenting its business strategy, proprietary technology and market positioning to an invited audience of 1,000 entrepreneurs, corporate executives and venture capitalists.
Wrike’s presentation Leading Collaborative Work Management
will be held Thursday, March 9, 12:00-12:30pm in Wilshire I at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica.
“The caliber of companies nominated for this year’s Summit was higher than ever and the selected presenters will provide excellent insight and expertise into their respective and rapidly evolving fields – from enterprise data to financial technologies to connected devices,” said Jamie Montgomery, founder of The Montgomery Summit. “Our goal is to connect technology’s best entrepreneurs with incredible investors, partners and advisers and to facilitate meetings that will lead to success for all parties.”
This year, a global committee of senior investors from top venture capital and growth funds, prior Summit attendees, researchers, entrepreneurs and Summit partners and staff selected 140 companies to present from over 4,000 nominations. Nominations were evaluated by each company’s sector, stage, growth and engagement metrics, as well as criteria including management, vision, and more.
In addition to presentations from top private growth company CEOs, the two-day event features industry leaders and top innovators in a series of keynotes, panels and salons. Speakers at this year’s Summit include Beth Comstock, vice chair, GE; Rob High, CTO, IBM Watson; John Chambers, chairman, Cisco; and Gen. Stanley McChrystal, former U.S. Army General.