ALEXANDRIA, VA – NetLink Resource Group, Inc., a leading provider of custom web application solutions, today announced that Diann Turner, Director of Business Development, has been named Vice Chair of the Northern Virginia Tech Council’s (NVTC) Business Development, Sales and Marketing Committee.

In this new role, Turner will support the committee’s mission of creating opportunities for sales and marketing leaders in the Northern Virginia region to share best practices, form partnerships and collaborate on business opportunities.   In addition, she will assist in developing content and programs for networking events that help meet this mission.

“The NVTC is the premier organization for the viable and vibrant technology community in Northern Virginia,” said Turner.  “I am very excited to work with the brightest sales and marketing minds on the committee, and I look forward to advancing the goals and mission of this great organization.”

Since 2002, Turner has been the Director of Business Development at NetLink Resource Group, where she has played a critical role in expanding the company’s growth in the areas of hospitality, government agencies, non-profits and Fortune 500 companies.

Turner is also heavily involved in a number of other business and technology organizations in the region including the Chesapeake Regional Technology Council (CRTC), Women in Lodging (WiL), American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals (HFTP), the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), the BWI Business Partnership, the Ft. Meade Alliance, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and AFCEA-Central Maryland Chapter.

 

 

About NetLink Resource Group

NetLink Resource Group, Inc., (netlinkrg.test.netlinkrg.com) provides web strategy and custom web application development solutions in the B2B, B2C and government markets.  Established in 1996, the company has built a reputation for reducing time-to-market, increasing profits and providing leverage in the areas of client attraction and retention.

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