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CXtec executive to speak at Whitman Jan. 31
CXtec executive to speak at Whitman Jan. 31January 26, 2007Amy Schmitzaemehrin@syr.edu
The Whitman School of Management will host a lecture by Peter Belyea, vice president of business development at CXtec, Wednesday, Jan. 31, at 5 p.m. The lecture — “Career Choices: Marketing or Sales, What’s the Difference?” — will take place in Room 402 of the Whitman School building and is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.
Belyea joined CXtec in 1988. During his tenure, the company has experienced continued growth and has been included on VAR Business Magazine’s annual roster of “North America’s Top 500 Technology Integrators” for five consecutive years. Belyea serves as president of both the Chittenango School Board and the Central New York Sales and Marketing Executives.
CXtec is a global reseller of new and pre-owned networking, cable and voice technologies. Based in Syracuse, CXtec was founded in 1978 and in nearly 30 years has grown to be a $100 million company with more than 350 employees. CXtec was named one of the “50 Best Companies to Work for in America” by the Society for Human Resource Management and the Great Place to Work Institute? in 2004 and 2005.