The Practitioner Takes Centre Stage at New International Conference for Online Professionals in Philadelphia May 5th - 7th

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European networking and knowledge sharing firm, J. Boye, brings practitioner conference for online professionals to Philadelphia. New York Times personal technology columnist, David Pogue is doing a double bill, giving a pre-conference tutorial on Google the Missing Manual and a keynote on disruptive technologies. Tracks on Strategy & Governance, Intranet, Web Content Management, SharePoint, User Experience and eHealth. Top industry names: Lou Rosenfeld, Tony Byrne, Lisa Welchman, Martin White, Bob Boiko, Jane McConnell and Donna Spencer.

European networking and knowledge sharing firm, J. Boye, are bringing a breath of cool, refreshing Northern European air into the stuffy and crowded US conference landscape; all happening in less than 3 weeks.

The J. Boye Conference (, now in its fifth year in Europe and with a reputation as a benchmark industry event, is all about knowledge sharing among peers and industry experts. The program is free of vendor sales pitches and consultants promoting their services. Instead, it offers users and buyers a combination of focused and interactive sessions and a number of carefully selected practitioner case studies.

New York Times personal technology columnist, David Pogue is doing a double bill, giving a pre-conference tutorial and a keynote on disruptive technologies.

What's in it for me?
The J. Boye philosophy that it is cheaper to share knowledge than to buy it is gaining momentum. This philosophy underpins the conference, and all track sessions and tutorials have been designed to help delegates optimize the outcome and results of their projects and professional challenges with the tools and resources they have actually got.

Tuesday May 5th, delegates have a choice of ten pre-conference tutorials by top industry experts. A few of those:
-Google - the Missing Manual with David Pogue
-Selecting the right Web Content Management System with Tony Byrne (CMS Watch)
-Information Architecture with Lou Rosenfeld
-Content Strategy with Bob Boiko (University of Washington)
-Web Operations Management with Lisa Welchman (WelchmanPierpoint)

Wednesday May 6th and Thursday May 7th, there are 6 different tracks:
Strategy & Governance
Web Content Management
User Experience

The cases are from public sector, non-profit organizations and large, complex enterprises from around the globe:
-Pan American Health Organization
-Covidien Healthcare
-Abercrombie & Fitch
-American Chemical Society
-Oxford University UK
-Association of National Advertisers
-Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

The Producers
J. Boye is a vendor neutral networking and knowledge sharing firm with offices in Denmark and the UK. The firm runs a large international Community of Practice network with 250+ members.

The conference venue
The Downtown Club in Philadelphia, holds a maximum of 200 delegates, which ensures that delegate experience will be personal, focused and with ample opportunity for tight, valuable networking. The Downtown Club is not a run-of-the-mill conference centre; it is a stunning venue on top of the historic Public Ledger Building overlooking the city.

Our sponsors include Ektron, FatWire, Silverstripe and ISYS Search.

Media partners are CMS Wire and preferred partners assisting with the organisation of the event are CMS Watch, WelchmanPierpoint and NetStrategy/JMC.

All enquiries can be forwarded to Lau Andreasen, conference producer: tel: +44 20 8533 5443.


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Lau Andreasen
J. Boye LLC
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