NEMA Annual Meeting – Securing Our Connected Future
September 30 @ 9:05 pm
Join us at the Naples Grande Beach Resort for the 2019 NEMA Annual Meeting on November 6-7, 2019. This is the premier industry event for the U.S. electroindustry C-Suite and select industry suppliers. Therefore, you will have the opportunity to network, learn important trends to manufacturers, and honor the best in the industry.
Under the theme Securing Our Connected Future, this year’s meeting will take an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities arising from data-rich products and systems, especially regarding cybersecurity and data privacy. Hear from our industry experts who will provide actionable insight for manufacturers who must now work diligently to protect their operations, products, and services.
MEET THE PRESENTER
David Bauders, Chief Executive Officer
David Bauders’ singular goal is to help his clients sustainably create and capture higher economic value.
After beginning his career at IBM and Booz & Company, in 1993 David launched SPA (Strategic Pricing Associates, Inc.). Since that time, SPA has generated $100+ Billion of profitable growth for over six hundred organizations, including twenty-five Fortune 500 companies, and is a leading provider of profit-maximizing analytics.
David also recognized a consistently growing skills gap in sales forces’ ability to navigate evolving buyer practices in today’s disruptive digital economy: core selling skills, negotiation skills, financial acumen, strategic client-relationship building, and emotional intelligence. In 2015, he established a second company, SPASIGMA, to fill that gap, as well as distributed sales teams’ need to access virtual sales training and sales enablement support. Uniquely, SPASIGMA produces binge-worthy content in Hollywood, transforming expert content into today’s modern media formats.
In 2019, David merged both companies to create SPARXiQ. SPARXiQ provides integrated analytics and training solutions that accelerate sales performance, profitability and long-term enterprise value.