E2 Santa Clara Call for Papers Community Vote - Now Open!
Thank you to all who submitted proposals and have participated in the Call for Papers process. And now the Community Vote! Tell us which submissions are your favorites. Tell us which submissions address the E2 topics, issues and questions your enterprise is facing. Tell us which submissions you want us to consider for inclusion in the E2 Santa Clara Conference agenda. We encourage all who submitted, all who plan on attending Enterprise 2.0 Conference Santa Clara, and anyone interested in Enterprise 2.0, to review the submissions, and vote for their favorites. Submissions are searchable by category, speaker or keyword, and votes received by each session will be viewable by all participants. Sessions advance to the "Crowd Favorites" stage based on community votes, after which they will be reviewed by the E2 Advisory Board. Submissions selected by the Advisory Board will then proceed to the final "Selected Sessions" stage. Selected speakers will be contacted in August. We look forward to discovering the topics and sessions you want to see incorporated in the E2 Santa Clara 2010 Conference Agenda. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or (415) 947-6250.
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