San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 21, 2008
The second annual WebGuild Web 2.0 Conference and Expo was announced today by the WebGuild and is scheduled to take place on the 29th of January, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Santa Clara Marriot.
The WebGuild Web 2.0 Conference and Expo is the perfect forum for startups, entrepreneurs and web professionals that want to learn the most current, industry-best practices for Web 2.0 companies. The event will feature an expo, keynotes, panel discussions, networking sessions, awards, reception, food, drinks and music.
The second annual WebGuild Web 2.0 Conference and Expo contains five tracks that include Web 2.0 industry experts speaking on how to acquire funding, partnerships, new economics of web startups, public relations, exit strategies and overcoming legal issues. Event attendees will learn from Web 2.0 experts and thought leaders, connect with the online companies changing the rules of the game and those companies that are redefining the future.
"This year's Web 2.0 conference and expo will teach our members how to leverage Web 2.0 technologies to find new customers, discover new business opportunities and gain competitive advantages," said Daya Baran, President of the WebGuild. "Attendees will also learn how Web 2.0 has changed the rules for doing business on the web and created entirely new markets,"
Tickets to this year's WebGuild Web 2.0 Conference and Expo are priced at $299 per person, which is a fraction of the cost of similar Web 2.0 conferences.
Web 2.0 companies wishing to showcase their services, products, tools and technologies to the largest group of web professionals in Silicon Valley, can do so by signing up to be in the expo part of the event. Having nearly sold old out of expo space, there are only a few remaining tables available for rent at the near cost price of $2,500. To sign up for one of the remaining tables, please visit http://www.webguild.org/web20.php.
About the WebGuild:
The WebGuild organizes information and services for web professionals and provides programming that fosters learning, professional development, and networking for engineers, usability and user experience professionals, designers, internet marketers, IT managers, search engine marketers and entrepreneurs who wish to learn about emerging technologies, innovations, business models, best practices and industry standards in the web field. The organizations monthly events provide a platform to enable information exchange, foster knowledge transfer, and network with peers. Learn more at http://www.webguild.org.