CEO of FiberMedia Group to Participate in Forbes Roundtable
By: Kaylie Gyarmathy on February 21, 2012
Michael Bucheit to Share Insights, Challenges Faced as an Entrepreneur
Secaucus, NJ – February 21, 2012 – FiberMedia Group, LLC, a leading managed data center provider with facilities throughout the New York metropolitan area and Cleveland, OH, announces that its CEO, Michael Bucheit, will participate in the Forbes Small Business Entrepreneurs Roundtable event which takes place on Wednesday February 22nd, 2012 at the newly renovated Forbes Galleries in New York City.
The roundtable is an exclusive gathering of entrepreneurs in the New York Metro area who will share their thoughts and insights into the challenges faced as they launched new businesses. Forbes Publisher Rich Karlgaard will lead the group. Karlgaard is also set to share his own entrepreneurial insights as co-founder of Upside Magazine and as angel investor.
“This is an exciting opportunity to share and learn from other entrepreneurs in the metropolitan area,” comments Michael Bucheit, CEO of FiberMedia Group. “As the business leader of a high growth data center provider with five mission-critical facilities in the New York region, there are tremendous challenges my team faces every day to ensure that our customers critical IT systems can perform at their optimum levels 24/7/365. This is a great forum to share some of the insights and lessons learned serving leading tri-state companies in fast growing industries such as financial services, healthcare, media and IT.”
The Forbes Small Business and Entrepreneurs Roundtable will take place on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012, 6:30pm, at the newly renovated Forbes Galleries located at 60 Fifth Ave., corner of 12th Street in New York City.
About Kaylie Gyarmathy
As the Marketing Manager for vXchnge, Kaylie handles the coordination and logistics of tradeshows and events. She is responsible for social media marketing and brand promotion through various outlets. She enjoys developing new ways and events to capture the attention of the vXchnge audience.