SOBCon2010 Where Virtual meets Concrete
Friday, April 30, 2010 at 10:30 AM - Sunday, May 2, 2010 at 12:00 PM (CDT)
Chicago, United States
(4/27/10 Update: We will have a limited number of tickets available for our Friday night Networking event ane Speakeasy - go here for more details and to get on the waitlist)
Hey, we're SOLD OUT! Get on our Waitlist in the event there are cancellations - we'll let you know as soon as a ticket becomes available. Thanks!
Sign up NOW for one of the premier events in all of Social Media, hosted by Liz Strauss and Terry Starbucker - now in its 4th year.
Once again we will be hosting the event at the fabulous Summit Executive Center in Chicago, so we must limit the attendees to 150.
The 2010 Program and Core Speaker list has been announced, and it's the best yet! Check it out here.
Note: No Refunds after April 1, 2010
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What is SOBCon? Let's ask those who attended the 2009 event:
(video courtesy of Ramsey Mohsen)
Need to read more? Here are overviews of the 2009 event from our two founders:
Don't wait to get your seat "where the virtual meets the concrete".
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SOBCon content is curated by Liz Strauss — an international business strategist, keynote speaker, and the founder of SOBCon. Liz has been recognized as one of The Top Ten Influencers Alive: 10 Breakout Influencers of 2011 and as number 4 on The Forbes List of Top 50 Social Media Power Influencers.
From a background of business, instructional design, publishing, and education, she is a teacher, trainer, and speaker for these times. Liz has been called the most influential “real-ebrity” on the web. She’s that rare individual who deeply understands the human interactions that make business happen. A recognized community builder and thought leader with a bias toward action, Liz speaks softly and carries a lot of street cred.