C4 CIO Insider Breakfast Series: Humza Teherany
February 14 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The CIO Insider Breakfast Series features an intimate behind the curtain perspective from some of Canada’s top technology leaders.
Our inaugural speaker is Humza Teherany, Chief Technology and Digital Officer, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership.
Humza Teherany is responsible for digital strategy, technology, IT, mobile apps, data science and innovation with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership, the organization that owns the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, the Toronto Argos and Toronto FC soccer club.
While fans may only see the action on the floor or ice, Teherany – who is also President of the CIO Association of Canada – is working to leverage technology and innovation to improve the fan experience, widen the global audience and tap into related markets. Since he joined the organization in June, MLSE Digital labs has been reimagining the company’s mobile apps, and digitizing partnerships with Uber, McDonalds, Pizza, Pizza, and mega-star Drake to expand service offerings.
On February 14 he’s prepared to share some of his insights with C4 leaders over breakfast.
With a background in telecom, hospitality, and retail, he has spent his career working on ways technology can change businesses and make companies more competitive in the marketplace. On February 14 he’s prepared to share some of his insights with C4 leaders over breakfast.
The discussion will include:
- What do CIOs look for in technology partners and alliances?
- How do CIOs measure vendor credibility?
- How do you get a meeting with a CIO?
- What is the process MLSE and CIOs in general uses for evaluating new technology?
- How does innovation through efforts like the “Future of Sport Lab” translate to business opportunities for partners?
Seating is limited, so register today to join Humza in conversation with C4 President Fawn Annan for breakfast and a peek at how a leading CIO really thinks
C4 Members $25
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