Wednesday, February 13, 2013
XPotomac For Digital Media & Communicators Feb 25th 2013
xPotomac, a new conference featuring leading voices in the field of digital media & communication, is coming up on +February 25, at the Source Theatre, at 1835 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009. Limited to just eight speakers and 120 registrants, this groundbreaking conference features the media technologies most likely to impact business and marketers in the immediate future, and will give attendees an opportunity to get up close and personal with those leading the space.
Geoff Livingston and team have done a great job before.The event is the right size for learning, networking and making new friends like I have done in the past.
Speakers include: TechCocktail co-
founder and DC's own Jen Consalvo; Founder & CEO of Triberr, Dino Dogan; the creator of Google's Webmaster Central and author of Marketing in the age of Google, Vanessa Fox (keynote); Audiocafe.com founder, host of TechCrunch's "Keen On," author and CNN columnist, Andrew Keen (keynote); author ofmicroMARKETING, Greg Verdino; and author and founder of the full-service mobile agency, savvy apps, Ken Yarmosh. You'll also hear from DC's own Geoff Livingston, author, marketing strategist and co-founder of xPotomac; the Beekeeper Group's Shana Glickfield, who will serve as MC; and Shonali Burke, principal of Shonali Burke Consulting, Inc., who's been active in the DC PR & digital media community for some years now.
Tickets are limited, so register for the event soon; using the GeoffBlog for 15% off all rates (except logo/tabletop sponsor). (regular $95 - $295), Register soon.
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