We hope you’re able to join us on November 18 for TWTRCON SF, our one-day Business in Real Time conference. If you can commit this early, register before Sept. 24 to lock in our early bird rates!
TWTRCON SF 2010 will be our fourth TWTRCON event. For our return to San Francisco, we are working on creating a program that takes the event to a whole new level, with content that delivers even more ROI, take-aways, cutting-edge tools and more practical learning.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve worked hard to recruit a line-up of speakers and workshop instructors that represents leading innovators from the frontiers of real-time. We’re now starting to work on the program; our goal is to create an event that is pure energy, inspiration and bottom-line fun.
TWTRCON SF 2010 will have:
- Brands and case studies: Real-time business case studies from leading brands, such as Ford, H&R Block and Southwest Airlines, and from small companies such as CurryUpNow, Aspen Spin and the Roxy Theater. Hear about unusual ways of using Twitter or micro-blogging, such as SAP’s employee collaboration engine, or Indian beverage giant Parle Agros’ use of Twitter to manage their distribution network.
- Analytics, search and promoted tweets: How do you find the right customers-and make sure your customers find you? How do you measure influence? What’s up with promoted tweets and trends? We will hear from the industry’s leading researchers in the rapidly evolving science of real-time analytics, a panel of experts in real-time search, and innovators creating new real-time advertising platforms.
- BrainPop: the frontiers of real-time: Twitter was just the beginning. Millions of people are now sending real-time, public status updates about where they are, what they’re watching, and what they just bought with their credit card. We’ll hear from founders of startups, such as stickybits (social objects) and StatusNet (the open source Twitter), that will stretch your thinking about the business potential of the real-time web.
- Workshops: get hands-on, practical training and learn new skills with TWTRCON workshops. Our instructors are social media practitioners who will lead small groups through topics such as game-based marketing, team micro-blogging and Twitter chats.
If this sounds like fun to you, then please join us at TWTRCON SF 2010. It’ll be a one-day total immersion in the real-time web. You’ll come away with the latest new ideas, the most interesting business case studies and with new skills. Not to mention lots of new friends, colleagues and customers that you’ll meet in the hallway and at the tweet-ups and parties.
Let us know if we can answer any questions, and don’t forget to sign up in the next week to lock in the best rates.
And we always love feedback and new ideas, so email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us a tweet @TWTRCON.