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Creatio Presents ‘Creatio Arena’: the First Live Debate in the Series is Scheduled to April 16

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Creatio, a global software company providing a leading low-code platform for process management and CRM, is announcing the launch of its live debate event series called Creatio Arena. The company will invite influential business, digital and technology leaders to share their thoughts on today’s hot button issues. A battle of opinions will unfold live, engaging attendees to chime in and support speakers. The first event in the series is scheduled for April 16 at 10 am EST. Two speakers will discuss opposing strategies that are to help businesses strengthen their position today: investing in innovations versus preserving resources until things get back to normal.

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In the Creatio Arena, everyone will be a participant. The audience can vote to support arguments, comment their own assumptions, connect with like-minded leaders, and see how opinions change as the discussion unrolls. On April 16th, speakers will be debating to find out the most appropriate strategy to help organizations survive the oncoming economic recession. Everyone is welcomed to join! You can register and reserve a spot on the organizer’s website.

Topic for the first Creatio Arena: What’s the right thing to do today: invest in innovations or preserve resources until things get back to normal?

Speakers:

Avi Cohen, CFO of Cabinets to Go, LLC And Managing Director of F9 Investments, LLC

Thomas Stewart, Partner & Director of Operations at Solutions Metrix

Event moderators:

Chris Parry, Rear Admiral, CBE Ph.D. Churchill College, Cambridge

Alex Petrunenko, Product Evangelist at Creatio

WhereRegister today and join the debate online on April 16th, 10 am EST | 4 pm CET | 3 pm UK

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