Web Innovators Group 29 (WebInno29)
Monday, March 7, 2011 at 6:30 PM (EST)
WebInno is an informal gathering of people interested in internet and mobile innovation - open to all in the community.
We'll begin with the doors officially opening at 6:30pm in the Cambridge Royal Sonesta Hotel.
Main Dishes (presenting at 7pm):
- Followup.cc – Chris Keller
- Practically Green – Susan Hunt Stevens
- Unbound Commerce – Wilson Kerr and Keith Lietzke
Side Dishes (demo’ing throughout the evening):
- Heretoo – Mark Greene & Aaron Severs
- MediaArmor – Elizabeth Zalman & Eric Brown
- Mobiflex – George Adams
- Newsle – Axel Hansen & Jonah Varon
- Postpost – Brad Noble
- Synchronize.TV – Erik Schwartz
- Tap City (The Tap Lab) – Dave Bisceglia & Ralph Shao
At 8pm, there will be a special optional breakout session entitled “Building Products That Win” moderated by Nitzan Shaer of the High Start Group discussing how to launch great internet products and scale high performing product teams with panelists: Ben Foster (VP Product at Opower), Adam Medros (VP Product at TripAdvisor), and Fareed Behmaram-Mosavat (Director of Product, Boston Studio of Zynga).
If you plan to attend, please REGISTER ABOVE so that we are able to print name tags, appropriately size the venue, etc. Thank you.
Tweeting about the event? We encourage you to use the hashtags #webinno29 for this specific event and #webinno for the event series. You can follow us at @webinno.
Note that the easiest/best-value parking ($4) is located across the street from the Royal Sonesta at the Cambridgeside Galleria mall lot.
When & Where
Web Innovators Group + Mobile Monday
The Web Innovators Group (WebInno) is a community inspired by web and mobile innovation. Each quarter we gather to see the latest startups demo their services, as well as for everyone to share and exchange new ideas. WebInno was founded and is currently led by David Beisel of NextView Ventures.
Mobile Monday is the world’s largest mobile industry community with chapters in over 80 cities worldwide. Mobile Monday Boston started in 2006 as an informal meeting at a bar and since has grown into one of Boston’s biggest technology networking organizations.
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