CHANNEL PARTNERS EVOLUTION — After all the conference sessions, training, networking and conducting business during Channel Partners Evolution, it’s time to party!
And partners have had lots of opportunities to unwind, grab a drink and hors d’oeuvres, and socialize with colleagues. The conference includes more than 3,000 partners and suppliers in downtown Philadelphia.
On Tuesday, partners gathered for the Cable Reception at the Reading Terminal Market, sponsored by Cox Business, Comcast Business, Spectrum Business, Mediacom and Altice.
And on Wednesday, the Comcast Business Reception took place at Ralph’s Café on the 43rd floor of Comcast Center.
Scroll through our gallery for highlights from the parties:
Brian Poole, Alexis Poole, Nate Walter, Robert Mill and Danielle Tucci, of Telecom Consulting Group
and Comcast Business, enjoy the festivities at the cable reception.
Ryan Yakos of Sandler Partners
, and Scott Mull and James Hudson with Comcast Business at the cable reception.
Kate Wainwright, Elizabeth Speer and Zane Gee of Distributed Computing Inc. at the cable reception.
John Schwarze and Ajaye Rollerson of of Converged Network Services Group (CNSG
), Charinna Kushner of Momentum Telecom
and Jon Kaplan of MetTel
at the cable reception.
Kristine Hedlund of Cox Business, Angel Neely, and Michelle Kadlacck of Spectrum Enterprise at the cable reception.
The Comcast Business Reception gave guests a stunning view of the downtown Philadelphia skyline.
Carmela Burston, Greg Trent and Dalyn Wertz of Comcast Business at the Comcast reception.
Sean Goines of Telarus
, Denise Hasty of Comcast Business, Trish Kapos of MicroCorp and Amy Bailey of Telarus at the Comcast reception.
Bill Steen of Comcast Business and Ryan Cunningham of ClearConnect at the Comcast reception.
, Comcast Business's vice president of indirect channels, told attendees his company is having an outstanding year and a record year in broadband, and that Ciena
is a great partner.
Maureen O'Connell of Comcast Business introduced a special guest, Brent Celek, 2018 Super Bowl champion who recently retired from the Philadelphia Eagles after an 11-year career with the team.