23 June 2022
Lee Johnson, chief technology officer at Air IT, has been confirmed as a speaker at GBCC’s Quarterly Business Report (QBR) launch.
Lee has over 17 years’ experience in the IT industry and currently develops and guides the implementation of Air IT’s technical strategy to deliver maximum value and solutions in line with clients’ needs and goals.
Lee works across the business to support Air IT’s Client Services and Service Delivery teams with the management and provision of new and existing services and solutions.
As well as having overall responsibility for the technical departments, Lee is the head of Air IT’s specialist cyber security division, Air Sec.
In addition to his role at Air IT, Lee is a consultant of the Digital Growth Programme and delivers action-planning workshops on cyber security, Office 365, and cloud computing to SMEs across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire.
Lee will join Kasam Hussain, regional partnership director for Openreach as a panellist at the event.
The launch event will take place on Tuesday 19 July at BCU’s Curzon Building, from 9-11am.
Now a well-established feature in the local business calendar, the Chamber’s QBR events attract a senior level audience of over 60 businesspeople for networking, discussion and intelligence sharing.
Beth Clewes, insight and intelligence services manager at Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce said: “We’re thrilled to have Lee, a colleague from one of our Patron organisations, speaking at our upcoming QBR event.
“It will be great to hear more about the important work that Lee does both with Air IT and for the wider technological community, and to get his thoughts on the findings of our QBR for Q2.
“As business transformation and commercial success are at the core of Air IT’s mission, Lee will be a huge asset to the panel discussion. His work with other regions is sure to bring a fresh perspective as to what best practice might look like within the Greater Birmingham business community.”
The QBR is sponsored by Birmingham City University.
To find out more information about the Quarterly Business Report Q2 Briefing and to book a place, visit: here
Pictured: Lee Johnson, chief technology officer at Air IT