Who are we?
Angelbeat® is the largest technology event company in North America, based on its 90-city geographic coverage, and has held over 1,100 seminars since its founding in 1999. These forums bring together thousands of IT professionals with global technology leaders from Microsoft, VMware, Amazon, Google, HPE, Dell and many others. Content is updated annually and focus on the related areas of security/compliance, private/public/hybrid cloud, dockers/containers, storage/backup, network/wireless/mobility, data center infrastructure and big data/hadoop/analytics/IoT. To complement their participation in live programs, IT vendors use Angelbeat’s 400K contact database for webinar promotions, email blasts and online/social media campaigns.
Through these activities Angelbeat® CEO/Founder Ron Gerber has an unmatched level of knowledge, contacts and credibility among both technology vendors and their CTO/CIO customer base. Based on his industry reputation, he was selected to write six supplements on the mobility and security topics for the New York Times.
Before starting Angelbeat®, Mr. Gerber held senior positions at Accenture, Pepsico, Kyocera and Honeywell. He received a B.S. in Engineering from Princeton University, summa cum laude, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and currently serves as Director of the Harvard Business School Club of New York. He is also the founder of the home automation/digital entertainment event firm Gerberama.
Mr. Gerber is married to Andrea and they have four children, Lamarcus, Harry, Amanda and Sydney, plus their dog Scout, an Australian Shepherd. The Gerber’s reside in Long Island, New York.
Here are other senior members of the Angelbeat® team:
Victor Rodas is the senior event director, with 10 years of experience serving as emcee. His interpersonal skills, combined with his knowledge of hotel operations and technology, make him ideally suited for this role.
Amanda Buckler and Rebecca Brandman are marketing directors, working closely with attendees and speakers on a number of logistical issues.