MCLEAN, VA, May 01, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- H. Brian Thompson, Executive Chairman of GTT and veteran senior executive of the telecommunications industry is the featured guest speaker for The HUB's Industry Legends Series entitled H. Brian Thompson - Mentors, Mistakes and Millions.
Register to attend at www.thehubconnects.org
Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
Registration: 5:00 PM; Reception & Program: 5:30-7:30 PM
UberOffices, 1751 Pinnacle Drive, Ste. 600, McLean VA
HUB Members: $35; Non-Members: $85
HUB members, sponsors, friends and the public are invited for a rare opportunity to learn from telecommunication and technology legend H. Brian Thompson. He will share stories and insights from his recently published manuscript entitled "The Red Thread - My Fortunate Life in Telecommunications." Available on Amazon
Technology communications professionals are encouraged to join The HUB's community of members and receive significant incentives including a free, signed copy of The Red Thread! Become a member and register at www.thehubconnects.org
"The Red Thread"
is H. Brian's real-world journey documenting the ever-changing telecommunications industry through his own red thread analogy. During H. Brian's talk he'll describe the intertwined character traits, behavior patterns and decisions that he believes have run through his career and led to his many successes and also defined some of his failures. Visit his website to learn more
"No person is successful on his or her own," says H. Brian Thompson. "This talk and my memoir are also the story of the many people in my life who taught, mentored and supported me and helped shape my career and my future endeavors."
H. Brian Thompson and The Red Thread has earned the endorsements of many industry note worthies including:
Vint Cerf, Internet Pioneer: "Read this book. Learn from Brian's experience at less personal cost than he has paid. His candor and insights are reflected in the colorful fabric of his remarkable career."
Richard E. Cavanagh, Former CEO, the Conference Board Inc.; Former Executive Dean,
Harvard Kennedy School: "H. Brian Thompson, a pioneer of the market based telecomm revolution, shares new insights and enduring wisdom about succeeding in business and in life. A must read for aspiring entrepreneurs by a world class leader."About The HUB:
The HUB (formerly known as the TelecomHUB) is a DC metro-based networking organization that inspires ideas by connecting leaders in the technology communications industry for business development, innovation and insights. The HUB's network of technology and telecom professionals creates the industry's best and brightest mix of businesses, ideas and people. www.thehubconnects.org
About H. Brian Thompson
H. Brian Thompson is Executive Chairman of GTT, a global Tier 1 IP network with the most interconnected Ethernet service platform around the world, providing highly reliable, scalable and secure cloud network services. As a veteran senior executive of the telecommunications industry, Thompson has been instrumental in impacting the rise of competitive telecommunications both in the U.S. and abroad. Learn more
About the Book
"The Red Thread - My Fortunate Life in Telecommunications" (Cosey Point Press; Paperback, $12.64; Kindle, $9.99; August 2, 2013) is available on Amazon. The memoir pays tribute to his family and their pivotal role that made him the leader he is today. As you read, Brian will share his story, his wisdom and his memories from his time as a young boy and his journey to becoming one of the world's most successful and respected telecommunications leaders in U.S. history.
H. Brian Thompson's book, "The Red Thread - My Fortunate Life in Telecommunications," is available on Amazon today.
Business schools, organization and corporations, invite H. Brian Thompson to speak at your next corporate event! Contact Brian's press and media contact below:
Press and Media Contact:
Trish Hunter | GTT
Assistant to H. Brian Thompson, Executive Chairman
Tel: 703-917-0606 | Email: email@example.com
Executive Director | The HUB
M: 703-407-4229 | O 703-242-9787 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org