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OutsourceWorld New York Announces Powerhouse Speaker Lineup for Fall Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact:
Nicole Buono (for OutsourceWorld)
MRB Public Relations, Inc.
732-758-1100 ext.111
nbuono@mrb-pr.com

– Anticipated Number of Exhibitors Largest to Date –

New York — July 19, 2007 — What do you get when you cross a rising number of attendees and exhibitors with a speaker roster comprised of some of the world’s leading executives? OutsourceWorld New York 2007 — the premier pure-play business trade platform for executives with a need to outsource business services.

Whether looking to outsource a custom software application, human resource management or an entire contact center, OutsourceWorld NY puts top-level executives face-to-face with exhibitors who understand their particular needs and have hands on experience delivering solutions and solving problems for companies just like theirs. The two-day conference will take place at The Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York City, October 24th-25th.

OutsourceWorld NY will address industry-standards, leading edge best practices and future sourcing trends. The exhibition will include over 100 diverse service providers from all over the world.

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David Etzler, Managing Director of OutsourceWorld, said they are anticipating the largest exhibitor turnout to date this October. Thus, the venue upgrade. “Currently, there are only a small number of events focused on the outsourcing industry. Of the existing conferences, the majority are hosted by organizations with varying interests beyond outsourcing, and/or they have their own goals that take priority over their event(s).” Etzler adds, “There is not another event in the industry that is more focused on business development than OutsourceWorld. Lasting partnerships are formed at our shows and continue to grow over time with our assistance.”

This year’s program will also feature top-level speakers from reputable institutions — in a variety of areas that include outsourcing, business, finance, pharmaceutical, healthcare and academia.

•David Andelman, Executive Editor, Forbes.com, Author, “A Shattered Peace”
•Dan Mahlebashian, Chief Contracting Officer, IS&S, General Motors Corporation
•Steve Hamm, Senior Writer, BusinessWeek Magazine
•Russ Finney, US Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Tokyo Electron, Ltd.
•Paul Schmidt, Partner, TPI
•Marty Pine, Senior Vice President-Global Strategic Sourcing, ACE-INA
•Steven J. Bandrowczak, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Lenovo
•Abbie Lundberg, Editor in Chief, CIO Magazine
•Peter Nag, Head of Global Wealth Management Offshore Initiative, Citigroup
•Ed Caso, Managing Director and Senior IT/BPO Services Analyst, Wachovia Capital Markets, LLC
•Sarah Miller Caldicott, Author of “Innovate like Edison” – great grandniece of Thomas Edison
•George Logeman, Vice President of Client Relationships, Fiserv
•Claude Marais, Partner, TPI
•Soum Rathod, Vice President, Worldwide IT Sourcing, McGraw Hill
•Walter Wier, Chief Information Officer, University of Nebraska
•Greg MacSweeney, Editor in Chief, Wall Street & Technology Magazine
•Peter Ryan, Call Center Director, Datamonitor
•Richard Raysman, Partner, Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner LLP
•John P. Miles, Chief Operating Officer, Good Health Network; formerly an executive with CA; and was CPO at AIG and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
•David Rassmussen, Chief Executive Officer, Stratner Company, LLC
•Mark Grossman, Technology Lawyer and Partner, Law Offices of Mark Grossman
•Donna J. Kent, Senior Vice Presient- Global Services, Televerde
•Anthony Wanger, Senior Partner, i/o Data Centers
•Julia Homer,Editor in Chief, CFO Publishing

“An eclectic array of speakers is another key differentiator setting OutsourceWorld apart from the pack,” Etzler concludes. “We have a dedicated advisory board whose purpose is to shape the content and find interesting people from all walks of life to speak at our event.”

Still wondering whether OutsourceWorld NY is right for you? Here’s why you should participate:

•OutsourceWorld is a neutral conference company focused on driving business development in the outsourcing industry.

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•OutsourceWorld is the only outsourcing event run by executives with decades of business development experience, allowing them to provide the insight necessary to create the right forum for similar market professionals around the globe.

•OutsourceWorld ensures the participant experience goes far beyond the walls of its signature events by creating ongoing opportunities to engage in business throughout the year.

•OutsourceWorld NY offers participants a powerful media component, including a full-service pressroom and exposure to top-tier media that will be participating, attending and covering the conference.

For more information, or to arrange an interview with David Etzler, please contact Nicole Buono or Mike Becce at 732-758-1100. You may also visit http://www.outsource-world.com/newyork/ for additional conference details and updates.

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