November 16-19, 2009 – Jacob Javits Center, New York City

webexny2009_logoWeb 2.0 is the trend, and the place is the New York Javits Convention Center if you want to learn more about how web 2.0 is changing the business paradigm.

Learn more. Register online today.

The Expo Hall will be open Wednesday and Thursday from 11am – 5pm.

About the Web 2.0 Expo

Web 2.0 Expo, co-produced by O’Reilly Media and TechWeb, showcases the latest Web 2.0 business models, development paradigms and design strategies for the builders of the next-generation Web. This annual multi-track conference brings together people, ideas, connections, contacts, products, and companies to foster stronger Web 2.0 communities. Web 2.0 Expo events occur in San Franciscoand New York and feature influential keynotes and speakers, detailed workshops, a Launch Pad start-up program, an Expo show floor, a Web2Open unconference, and rich networking events.

The Web continues to be an engine of economic growth, fueled by a host of new business models, development models, and design patterns that collectively fall under the umbrella of Web 2.0, a term coined at the birth of Web 2.0 Summit(formerly named Web 2.0 Conference), a joint venture between O’Reilly and TechWeb.



We’ve also just been notified by Social Text, who’s attending the show that if you have not yet registered for the conference, they have a special offer for you. You can signup now for 50% off any conference pass.  That includes all options from the full conference down to just the Expo Hall.  Simply use code “webny09pbr2” to get the discount.

We look forward to seeing you at Ross’s session, and please make sure to stop by the Socialtext booth in the Expo Hall.

1 thought on “Web 2.0 Expo Hits NYC

  1. Thanks for the post. Went yesterday. Lot’s of cool stuff. Funny seeing everyone hanging around the windows booth. Why? I mean does everyone really want to know more about what’s up with Windows 7? Or more so, what’s wrong with it……

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