Come on Down – New Media Panel at MASSIVE Tech

March 28, 2008 at 2:25 pm Leave a comment


Yee-haw! I will be moderating the “New Media: Collaboration in Business” Panel at the MASSIVE Technology show in Vancouver, on April 1, 2008.

Panelists are the lovely and talented: Linda Bustos, Rob Cottingham, Rebecca Bollwitt and Warren Baxley. (More information about the panelists – they may be the most multi-talented and adorable panel assembled – can be found here.)


“In the world of Web 2.0, collaboration has always been the key buzzword. Why are 2.0 technologies so critical in enabling business communication both internally and externally? Learn from executives of small, medium, and large sized business on how online social mediums like blogs, wikis, Facebook, YouTube, and pod casts are helping their businesses grow.”

(Please Note: You will need an All Access Pass to attend this panel)


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