October brings us a stimulating month packed with events ranging from social media and marketing to technology. In October I’ll be speaking at the Pioneers Festival. I look forward to the Startup Challenge, where 50 top startups pitch to a panel of judges. It’s always exciting to meet entrepreneurs, hear their stories, and especially to see their successes! This event … Continue reading
Socialmedia.biz readers get 20% discount for tech conferences By Shannon Falzon Socialmedia.biz staff October is on the horizon and so it’s time to welcome a slew of conferences and events to help amp up your business. The conferences will allow you to collaborate with business people and thought leaders to explore the new market opportunities made available by technology. You’ll … Continue reading
Formerly known as Start-up Week, Pioneers Festival is a gathering that celebrates entrepreneurship and start-ups. Check out this event in Vienna at the end of October. Continue reading
]Ijust arrived in Washington, D.C., for a conference with the goal of protecting freedom of expression on the Internet. Organized by Google, Internet at Liberty (they could have done better on the name) will “explore the most pressing dilemmas and exciting opportunities around free expression in the digital age.”
As the conference site says, “Today, more than any time in history, technological and political forces are colliding to draw lines about how the Internet functions. Continue reading
]This could be the most jam-packed conference month of the year — at least, that’s how it feels.
Which events listed below will you be attending? I’ll be at Where in San Francisco this week and will be following these remotely: mediaXchange, ad:tech SF, Innotech, 140 Characters, DEMO Spring, the fascinating Future of Money & Technology Summit, The Next Web, Transparency Camp and Digital Hollywood Spring. (I’ve spoken at some of these in past years.) Continue reading
Get 20% off registration with discount code SOCIALBIZ Now in its eighth year, the O’Reilly Where Conference (formerly Where 2.0) is where the grassroots and leading-edge developers building location-aware technology intersect with the businesses and entrepreneurs seeking out location apps, platforms and hardware to gain a competitive edge. I’ll be attending again this year. Look for three full days … Continue reading