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ProductCamp DC in Herndon on 8/28 from 8:30am-5pm

Really excited about this - taking place tomorrow and expect a lot of ideas and exchange of info.

Kudos to the organizers

Amplify’d from blog.networksolutions.com

The How, Where and Sponsors



  • Date: Saturday, August 28, 2010.

  • Location: Network Solutions, 13861 Sunrise Valley Drive #300, Herndon, VA 20171. See map.

  • Participants: ProductCamp DC is expected to include over 170 participants in the areas of Product Management, Product Marketing and Product Development.

  • Sponsorship: Current sponsors include Network Solutions (providing Venue, Breakfast, Lunch and more), 280Group, Pragmatic Marketing, Product Strategy Network, Zigzag Marketing, Strategyn, Accept and Webnode. This are currently seeking more Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors, as well as for various parts of ProductCamp DC.

Best of all, everyone participates in some manner: presenting, leading a discussion, showcasing a best practice, or sharing their experiences. Others help with logistics, securing sponsorships, organizing sessions, or setting up & cleaning up. This is a 100% participant driven collaborative event that is designed be a fun, rewarding and unique experience.

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