Press Release – November 4-6, 2010: marcus evans Summits, is pleased to announce Daniel J. Mitchell as the Keynote Speaker at the Tax Officers Summit, taking place at the prestigious Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, NV.
The Tax Officers Summit (www.taxofficerssummit.com), provides a unique forum for service providers to gain access to leading tax executives throughout North America. Over three days, solution providers will meet and interact with senior tax executives through a number of one-on-one business meetings and many networking activities.
Daniel J. Mitchell, one of the world’s leaders in fiscal policy, will be presenting on “Fiscal Policy Challenges for the Business Community.” Also adding to this year’s cutting edge program, we have some of Tax’s leading minds speaking on relevant topics such as the current role of tax executives, tax credit investments, effective retention of talented tax professionals and affordable international tax reform amongst other key issues. Keynote Speakers also include the Honorable Dick Cheney, 46th President of the United States and Edward D. Kleinbard, Professor of Law.
This year’s Tax Officers Summit audience includes Chief Tax Officers, VP’s of Tax, and Directors of Tax as well as Sponsors offering services, technology and information to tax senior executives within market.
marcus evans Summits (www.marcusevans.com), produces high level business platforms for the world’s leading decision-makers. These dynamic and innovative forums initiate and develop business relationships one to one between director and C level practitioners from the world’s most influential organisations and with leading product and service suppliers. marcus evans Summit’s guarantees an exclusive format which enables participants to achieve the maximum amount of business and knowledge interaction over a three day event in a stimulating environment.
Please note that the Tax Officers Summit is a closed business event and the number of participants are limited.
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