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Paige Finkelman
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E2 Boston is a Wrap!

What a week!Boasting out largest conference program to date - with over 100 speakers and 60 sessions -Enterprise 2.0 Boston 2010 seriously rocked. I want to take a moment to look back over the week and highlight some of the awesomeness.

Do not go right. by Alex Dunne.

Let's not forget:

  • You can check out all the keynotes on E2TV (simply register and you're all set)
  • Our very own Alex Dunne played paparazzi throughout the event - check out his photos here
  • You can download all the presos from our keynoters & sponsored sessions here
  • Over 65 pieces of news & coverage came out of the event, and 100 members of the press and media attended the show
  • Press releases, including exhibitor announcements, rolled out strongly throughout the week
Phew. Bring on E2 Santa Clara - mark your calendars for November 8 - 11, 2010.

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