The 2011 class of Influential Women are honored for their “hard work, dedication to corporate success and personal growth” and this year’s class will be featured in the March 2011 issue of KC Business Magazine.
According to KC Business, “Influential Women are those who inspire others, create opportunities for their organizations, give back to their communities and mentor others.” Tracy Panko and other influential women in Kansas City will be honored at the KC Business magazine annual event on Thursday, March 10, 2011.
Tracy Panko is the CEO of Spiral16, a Kansas City-based software company that provides web monitoring and business intelligence for brands and companies all over the world. Panko is one of the few women CEOs in the web monitoring industry and technology industry overall.
Panko is a creative thinker who has led start-ups as well as established companies and launched over $50 million of successful new products. She’s developed specific market-growth strategies, negotiated strategic alliances and lead nationally dispersed sales teams to profitable growth. Panko has been at the helm of Spiral16 for the past year and a half and has had impressive success with the Kansas City-based technology company.
Thursday, March 10
World War I Museum - Liberty Memorial
100 W 26th St | Kansas City, MO 64108
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Spiral16 Marketing Manager
If you are a member of the press on a deadline, please contact Shelly Kramer or Michelle Lamar of V3 Integrated Marketing
Call Shelly Kramer at 816-200-2520
Call Michelle Lamar at 816-590-7043