Monday, August 10, 2009

Early registration for Engage! Expo

Early registration for Engage! Expo (September 23-24 in San Jose, CA) ends this coming Friday, leaving only 5 days to secure your attendance at the earlybird rate. The price goes up from $595 to $895 on Saturday morning at 12:01 am. As a previous attendee be sure you register by August 14th and use your Special Alumni Code: ALUMNI459 to save an additional $200 off the $595 price. With the earlybird price + your alumni discount your cost to attend is only $395! (full price is $1,295 so you save a bundle). To register go here


Registration gains you full access to four major events running concurrently: Engage! Social Media Strategies, Virtual Goods Conference, Digital Law Conference and 3DTLC Conference. In all we have over 80 speakers participating.

Engage! Highlights include:

  • Social Media Strategies - The social media track seeks to help businesses understand the best practices, current trends, and effective strategies of social media and user engagement. Hear from major brands including Wal-Mart, Intel, H&R Block and Kodak. Plus, join us for experts on using games as marketing tools, building a Viral Metrics Infrastructure and The State of Social Media, Market Size and Key Trends and more.
  • Virtual Goods Conference - Microtransactions have broad implications for businesses, including companies involved in the social networks, mobile industry, virtual worlds and games. Here we will lay out how to maximize virtual goods opportunities for your business. Hear from companies generating revenue from goods today: Social Gaming Network, Gaia, Habbo and more.
  • Digital Law Conference - Here we provide a detailed examination of the legal and business issues raised by games, social media, virtual goods and virtual worlds and offers key insight into where the industry is headed and what the associated legal implications are. 7 credit hours of CLE accreditation has been applied for in MCLE states. More here.
  • 3D Training, Learning and Collaboration - 3D virtual worlds have broad implications for business not the least of which is cost savings and energy conservation. This event will provide the information necessary for 3DLTC implementation in your organization. Speakers include experts from Johnson & Johnson, Cisco, Cornell University, ThinkBalm and more.

View the complete schedule here.

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