Technology entrepreneur to speak at NationaLease Annual Meeting

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Technology and leadership expert and entrepreneur Scott Klososky, former chief executive officer of three successful startup companies, is the keynote speaker at the NationaLease 67th Annual Meeting, set for Sept. 18-19 in San Francisco. Klososky will share his perspectives on technology and its impact on business culture and the future.

“Scott is known as a passionate, powerful and creative speaker,” says Gene Scoggins, president of NationaLease, the North American network of 175 independently owned full service truck leasing companies. “He’ll bring his signature style while sharing stories from his years of experience building Internet businesses in both good times and bad.”

Klososky has served as consultant to senior executives at Cisco, Newell Rubbermaid, Lockheed Martin, eBay, Volvo, Marriott and Agco Corp. He’s worked with associations such as the International Franchise Association, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, Mortgage Bankers Associations and American Payroll Association.

Today he serves as founder and chairman of the Board of Alkami Technology, his latest technology startup. It’s a privately owned software company focused on providing online account management solutions to the financial services industry. He also consults regularly with a wide variety of organizations on how to integrate social technologies into their organization’s strategic plan.

The NationaLease Annual Meeting unites speakers, industry experts, representatives from NationaLease companies and exhibitors to find workable solutions to issues such as improving customer service, reducing operating costs, making the most of national accounts and NationaLease membership.