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Enterprise 2.0 Conference Heads Out West - Registration Now Open

After four successful years in Boston, the most influential event about the Enterprise 2.0 movement is coming to San Francisco this Fall. From November 2-5 Enterprise 2.0 Conference will bring together those challenging the status quo and leading the charge to enable more efficient, agile and productive workforces in their companies at Moscone North in San Francisco.Register today and take part in four days of highly engaging Tutorials, Keynotes and Breakout Sessions and the opportunity to meet face to face with forward-looking businesses at the Expo Pavilion.We're still hard at work developing the full conference schedule and we'd love to hear what you would like to see on the agenda in San Francisco - let us know by completing our Conference Survey. Stay tuned to the Conference by Day page for the latest additions to the program. We'll also be providing updates right here on the blog as well as on our Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

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