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Jim Kavanaugh & Joe Koenig: On Business and Friendship

Move This World Founder & CEO Sara Potler LaHayne sits down with WWT's CEO and President. The two former college roommates talk of how, contrary to popular belief, working with close friends can help us not only personally, but professionally.

Transforming "Pain into Purpose" to Help Cancer Patients

Throughout my cancer journey, I've experienced first-hand the impact learning, mentoring and giving back has on cancer patients' lives and wellbeing.

World Wide Technology Launches Inaugural Public Sector Women in Technology Symposium At 2022 KPMG Women's PGA Championship

WWT's Public Sector Women in Technology Symposium was designed to recognize and highlight some of the top women making a difference in the technology and innovation space within the Public Sector.

Why WWT Is 'Leaning Into' Hybrid, Remote Work Long-Term

CRN: World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh explains his workforce vision for WWT and why the term 'The Great Resignation' isn't very accurate.

30 min Goals: From Blue-Collar To Olympic Soccer Player To CEO of $14B Company

Tune in for stories about today's most successful business leaders as Fox Business News' Liz Claman speaks with entrepreneurs and executives about their journey. This podcast will provide feel-good stories that will leave the listener feeling inspired and moved.

Jim Kavanaugh: WWT's Biggest Bets On Cisco, Dell And Tech Trends

CEO Jim Kavanaugh tells CRN about his $14 billion company's big vendor bets and WWT's technology investments that will drive growth in the second half of 2022.

Chairman's Newsletter: Special Edition - Enjoy Illinois 300 inaugural NASCAR Cup Series Race

WWT Chairman Dave Steward shares his thoughts about the Enjoy Illinois 300 NASCAR event held at World Wide Technology Raceway.

Trailblazers Bubba Wallace, David Steward on the Illinois 300, diversity in NASCAR

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Their relationship will reach a crossroads Sunday when Bubba Wallace drives in the Enjoy Illinois 300 at World Wide Technology Raceway, where David Steward purchased naming rights a year after joining forces with Wallace.

STEM the tide

In a new interview with the St. Louis American, World Wide Technology's Juanita Logan shares that WWT, Enjoy Illinois 300 bring more than NASCAR to St. Louis

Forbes: America's Best Employers For Diversity

Forbes partnered with market research company Statista to compile their annual list of America's Best Employers for Diversity. Here are the results for 2022.