Macworld And CES Attendees Use to Track All the Action at Both Shows

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Attendees at Major Industry Events in Different Locations Now Can Follow Both Events Using Confabb, the Web's Largest Live Resource for Trade Shows and Conferences today announced it is the only Live Web resource available to simultaneously track two of the technology industry's largest conferences and expos: the 2007 International CES in Las Vegas, and Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco. This year these shows run concurrently from January 8 to the 12th, forcing tech and consumer tech enthusiasts to choose attendance at one show or the other. Fortunately, makes it possible for attendees at either show to follow all the action as it unfolds at both shows.    

Attendees to Macworld and CES (and any conference or trade show) can view all of the conference details as they happen, including reviews of speakers, changes to schedules, and see speaker and session ratings by other attendees while following friends and colleagues' attendance. Want to know what major announcements Steve Jobs has in store for the Mac community? And what's the real story behind that new gaming system that is supposed to be unveiled at CES? Find out the answers to these and other questions as events unfold on Live discussion boards provide forums for attendees to share details about announcements and their opinions about sessions. Users also can view uploaded photos and track "extra curricular" activities happening during and outside of official show hours.

Visitors to search for, promote and track conferences and trade shows anywhere around the world. Confabb users have available to them a host of live Web tools on designed to maximize the time they spend attending conferences and trade shows. Confabb offers hosted discussions, views of photos and blog mentions, downloadable event calendars, and an industry-first peer review system for conferences, speakers and sessions to ensure these events deliver the highest return on the time and money invested in them. contains the largest database of conferences anywhere on the Web, numbering almost 17,000 active events worldwide. The features available within Confabb represent all of the possible resources that conference attendees, speakers, organizers and sponsors need for a conference. Although anyone can search the database for conferences of interest to them, a free registration grants full access to all of the site's features. Registered users find and track conferences, see who else is attending and speaking at shows, allow others to find them, and discover what people are saying through conference-specific blogs and news. Confabb has built on top of the conference search function the best in tracking, community participation, networking and conference promotional tools to extend and enhance the conference experience.

Register free at and let the rest of the world know what kind of a time you had at CES or Macworld. We're looking forward to seeing you there.


Confabb ( combines an aggregate database of major conferences, conventions, and trade shows sorted by industry with social networking tools designed to empower conference audiences to improve their overall live event experience through the Web. Built into the site is a reputation management system to be used by conference attendees, speakers, sponsors, organizers and administrators allowing people to plan for and attend conferences, and critique and review those they have attended and want to share with colleagues. No other resource contains such a comprehensive listing of events or as robust a tool set for maximizing the conference experience via the live Web. Conferences are opportunities, don't miss yours.


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