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Virtual Enterprise 2.0 Conference - Registration Now Open

Register today and join us on February 2 to receive a comprehensive view of the strategies, applications and best practices you need to sustain a competitive advantage in today's evolving marketplace.

What's the best part? It is absolutely free of charge.

Keynotes and sessions at Virtual Enterprise 2.0 Conference will include:

  • Morten T. Hansen, Professor, University of California, Berkeley, School of Information
  • Accelerating Business Performance with Enterprise 2.0 (Sameer Patel, The Sovos Group & Oliver Marks, The Sovos Group)
  • Social Software Tools: A Critical Evaluation (Tony Byrne, Founder, CMS Watch)
  • Case Study: Hello Again: The Evolution of Hello.bah.com (Walton Smith, Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton & Megan Murray, Community Manager/Project Coordinator, Booz Allen Hamilton)
and more, including a Keynote from IBM. Sponsorship Opportunities AvailableBy participating in Virtual Enterprise 2.0 Conference your company will see increased engagement with an active and influential Enterprise 2.0 community focused on using the latest communication and collaboration products and solutions.Participating companies will:
  • Generate qualified sales leads
  • Increase thought leadership and brand awareness
  • Showcase solutions
  • Engage with business technology decision makers

For more information contact Amy Jones at 415.947.6173

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