Toronto, Canada, November 07, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Society of Internet Professionals (SIP) celebrates it’s 16th anniversary November 7th with a look at “Transitions in the Internet Age”. The event features a panel of industry leaders speaking on a range of topics from ‘Employer Innovations in the Information Age’ to the impact of the internet on insurance and risks. Following the presentations will be an open “Q & A” session with the panelists.
With more than 20 years in banking and Ecommerce, Joseph Iuso, CEO of UseMyServices, has a unique insight into the world of online business. As a lifelong technology entrepreneur, Iuso has spent the last decade as the CEO and ‘Chief Visionary Architect’ of a leading online payments processor, UseMyServices, and will offer his personal perspective on Web 3.0 with his talk, ‘Commerce in Transition’.
Other featured speakers include John Mehrmann, CEO of Brainhunter, Paul Rai, President of Rai Grant Insurance Brokers, and President and Founder of SIP, Max Haroon.
SIP has more than 6,000 members worldwide and is one of the oldest organizations of it’s kind. More than 300 people are expected to attend the event, which will be held at the North York City Center. Pre-registration is required for the event.
About The Society of Internet Professionals (SIP): SIP is a not-for-profit, membership based organization representing the interest of Internet professionals. SIP was founded by Max Haroon in 1997 with a mandate to create standards for the Internet professionals. Since 1997, SIP has taken many initiatives and programs, such as workshops, networking events, Internet job board, e-Newsletters, members' directory and a resource-intensive website. Visit website: http://www.sipgroup.org/
About UseMyServices: Since it’s launch in 2002 in Toronto, Canada, UseMyServices has grown to be a leader in the ‘real time’ bank payments niche. Our proprietary technology provides a safe, secure and cost-effective way for online shoppers in 41 countries to pay for their online purchases directly from their personal bank account - without sharing any financial details with the Merchant. Visit us at http://www.UseMyServices.com