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Mashable’s Guide to Upcoming Web 2.0 Conferences and Events
April 15, 2008 — 05:24 AM PDT — by Tamar Weinberg —
Mashable has more upcoming events, parties, and conferences than ever listed this week. Not included on this list? Email us and let’s establish a media sponsorship with you.
April 22-23, 2008: SMX Social Media Marketing is the event for internet marketers who want to learn the tactics needed to harness the power of reader-engagement sites and tools like Del.icio.us, Digg, StumbleUpon and Propeller.
The event will have presentations by Jason Calacanis of Mahalo and Jimmy Wales of Wikia Search and will jump-start your way to making social media a way of life within your startup or company. Mashable readers are also entitled to a discount.
April 22-25, 2008: Mashable is a proud sponsor of the upcoming New Communications Forum which will occur on April 22-25 at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel & Spa in Sonoma County, CA. The NewComm forum is designed to foster conversations across advertisers, marketers, journalists, individuals in public relations and in corporate communications professions, educators and students, and new media and communications technologists. There will be more than 60 sessions followed by cocktail receptions, wine tasting opportunities, and the first ever SNCR Jam. Mashable readers are entitled to a discount, so check our announcement post detailing more.
Web 2.0 Expo
April 22-25, 2008: Mashable is proud to announce a media sponsorship for the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco from April 22-25, 2008. Web 2.0 Expo takes the pulse of the Web ecosystem and looks to its future, shining a spotlight across the Web 2.0 landscape to show how the Internet Revolution is being created and delivered. It showcases the latest Web 2.0 business models, development paradigms and design strategies for designers, developers, entrepreneurs, VCs, marketers, product managers and business strategists, from start-ups to enterprises.
Web 2.0 Expo is for the builders of the next generation web; people who have experiences to share and a passion for learning–the hot new thing, lessons from failures, innovations and inspirations, and the practical applications of all of the above. Discounts are still available for Mashable readers; visit our post for more Web 2.0 Expo information.
April 23, 2008: Mashable and Chi.mp are proud to announce: Evolve, the Web 2.0 Expo after party on April 23rd, 2008 at Mighty in San Francisco, California. Our co-host, Chi.mp, will be announcing and sharing a sneak preview of their new platform that will set you up with your own free domain that comes with a content hub and identity management platform… “It’s where you will break free for free – and truly own your digital self online.”
More information about the party is at the Evolve page.
April 24, 2008: Enjoy an evening of indulgence and libations as GLAM’s recent acquisition is announced. Participate in a “SpringMix” fashion show, interview with vloggers, and dance the night away at the SpringMix party.
Also, meet influential marketer Rohit Bhargava and learn about his book, Personality Not Included. Attendees will also receive goodie bags and have an opportunity to meet with folks from GLAM, Ogilvy, Twiistup followers, Girls in Tech members, folks from 24 Seven, fashionistas, stylists, reporters, bloggers, and of course, San Fran A-Listers.
April 24, 2008: TECH Cocktail unites bloggers, technology enthusiasts, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurs to discuss all things tech. Their mission: “To amplify the technology signal in under served markets and have fun doing it.”
The Washington DC event will be held at MCCXXIII: 1223 Connecticut Avenue, NW - Washington, DC from 6:30-9PM and is free for all attendees. RSVP now to reserve your spot and check out our post for more information on more events just like that one.
April 30, 2008: From 12PM-6PM in San Francisco, join DealMaker Media for Social Media: The Insider’s Playbook to Market Domination. Analyzing business models, go-to-market strategies and exit options, the Dealmaker Forum is a half-day event designed to dispel the hype and uncover the specific moves required to win this game.
Register here for your VIP tickets, and if you want to participate in the speed dating opportunity, sign up here. Only a few spots remain!
May 4-5, 2008: Sun Startup Essentials will host its fifth Sun Startup Camp(SM) event May 4-5 2008 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Startup Camp is an interactive “unconference”, i.e., no large conference panels all day. Instead, Startup Camp involves leader-moderated discussions that everyone is free to contribute to.
Interested participants (register for FREE here) may also publish topic ideas for discussion sessions and view those that others are proposing by visiting the Discussion Ideas page.
May 12-14, 2008: The O’Reilly Where 2.0 conference, to be held on May 12-14 in Burlingame, CA, will feature experts from Loopt, Yahoo/Flickr, Google, Autodesk, Frog Design, and FortiusOne who will discuss the significance of the geospatial web, which has continued to grow with the help of the internet.
Save 15% when you register with our promotional code which you’ll only be able to access if you visit our Where 2.0 conference announcement page, and that’s where you can find out more information about the event.
May 21-22, 2008: The 3rd Communitelligence Executing Social Media Conference & Workshops is a must-attend event for anyone in need of good advice on using the new social media tools for business advantage. The conference delivers practical, how-to take-aways from two-dozen experts and practitioners who are boldly executing successful new media programs today.
Get $300 off the registration fee by following the instructions in our Communitelligence Conference post.
Under the Radar Submissions
June 3, 2008: Submissions are now being accepted for the next event to be held on June 3rd, also in Mountain View. The 11th conference will feature 32 emerging startups in the following areas: advertising, casual gaming, commerce, measurement tools, messaging, mobile applications and tools, publishing, search, rich internet apps, search, social Media/networking, virtual communities, video, web design tools, and widgets and desktop enhancements.
Criteria for selection include a unique value proposition, ability to monetize product/business, large market opportunity, must still be considered “under the radar” - launched within the year, company must be an actual startup - not a new product from a large company, and should have been in beta and beyond - must have customers/beta testers/or using the product in the market.
July 17, 2008: At Twiistup, connect with the LA tech & media communities, check out some hot start-ups, and enjoy this huge summer evening event. Register now to demo your company. Tickets are now on sale. Stay tuned for an announcement regarding Twiistup later today!
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