Hope you all had a great Halloween weekend! Everyone knows November is always a busy month full of birthdays, parties and of course the business-events as well. This one will be no exception but as ever we’ve got discounts and offers to make it a little less painful on the pocket.
(This list runs from November 1 to 30 but I’m including LeWeb Paris December 8-9 in this edition too to give you time to sign up ;)
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The How To Web conference, November 3-4, Bucharest
At How To Web you will find inspirational technology entrepreneurship. This event gives you the heads up on the latest developments in Eastern Europe and the rest of the world. How To Web 2010 will feature international speakers from the web entrepreneurship scene in London and Silicon Valley: Ramu Yalamanchi (Hi5), Reshma Sohoni (Seedcamp), Mike Butcher (TechCrunch Europe), Katy Turner (Eden Ventures), Alex Van Someren (UKTI) and…. Patrick de Laive (The Next Web)
TNW readers get 15% by using promo code THE_NEXT_WEB
Tech Search party, November 13, San Francisco
Tech Search Party is a smart phone scavenger hunt ideally suited for the gadget-savvy. At the beginning of the event, teams are given clues to decipher and then have only two hours to scatter throughout Noe Valley in order to find the answers. Smart phones are a necessity, so BlackBerry Curves, Storms, and Pearls, as well as G1s, iPhones and iPads will be out in full force. All proceeds raised go directly to local public school PTAs.
The Cloud Computing World Forum, November 17-18, Hong Kong
The Cloud Computing World Forum will take place at The Mira Hotel, Hong Kong, and promises to be Asia’s leading Cloud and SaaS based event. Building on the huge success of the European show, this two day conference and free-to-attend exhibition will provide a focused platform for the global cloud and SaaS industry in Asia.
TNW readers get 20% discount by using promo code CATNW20 as ‘further requirement’
TWTRCON SF 2010: Business in Real Time, November 18, San Francisco
TWTRCON is a one-day total immersion in the case studies, practical skills and tools that companies need to stay at the cutting edge of the real-time web and to deliver bottom-line results. Learn from some of the leading researchers in social media analytics, 13 business case studies of large and small brands, across industries and sectors and attend your choice of 8 workshops for practical, hands-on training.
TNW readers get 20% discount here by using code NEXTWEB!
ChallengerDay, November 18, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The third edition of Sprout ChallengerDay is a day full of inspiring entrepreneurs. Here you can learn to grow your company and meet up with other inspiring entrepreneurs.Speakers include Ben Huh, founder of the Cheezburger Network and Failblog, Geraldo Vallen, founder of Join the Pipe, the network that ‘creates’ clean drinkwater for the world, investor Hubert Deitmers, Quooker-director Niels Peteri and trendwatcher Reinier Evers (Trendwatching.com). More to be announced.
Be inspired, and learn from great entrepreneurs. We welcome you to Amsterdam. TNW readers get a 100 EUR discount
The new social rules, November 24, london
If Twitter is about getting the best quip of the day or providing some useful info, Linkedin is about proving “”my network is bigger than yours””, and Facebook is about sharing that “”I have a more interesting life than you””. This event will present views from those who are bringing about change, focused on the debate centred around the social norms of etiquette, safety and privacy with technology moving forward have the old rules around these areas moved on and developed or have we got new social rules that lead our lives.
You can join this inspiring evening in Central London for only £35 Register here
The Digital Brand Strategy Summit, November 25, London
The Digital Brand Strategy Summit is a unique showcase from leading brands and industry experts on how to create, launch and implement an effective Digital Marketing Strategy. Speakers include: Matt Brittin, MD, Google; Tim Brooks, MD, Guardian; Sandie Dilger, Senior Brand Manager, Cadbury and Justine Roberts, CEO and Founder, Mumsnet. They are streaming the Summit live for those who are unable to attend…great opportunity for delegates to still see and hear top speakers in first hand.
TNW readers get 30% off by using promocode UTALKVIP30
Apps World, Nov 30 – December 1, Olympia, London
Apps World aims to address the entire app ecosystem and the challenge of delivery, development and design of apps across multiple platforms. Bringing together leading operators and app stores worldwide, and drawing in parallels between the mobile & TV App platforms. A two day workshop event with free to attend exhibition. Free to attend Developers track & exhibition, register here
Discover the Future of Multi-Platform Apps!
TNW readers get 10% off with code TNW10, call the booking line +44 (0) 1179 468876.
Market Research in the Mobile World, 2-3 December, Berlin
Gone are the days of paper questionnaires where you often get poor response rates. With the advancement of mobile technology, data collection can be seamlessly integrated into mobile apps, making it fun for consumers to respond. The international conference on Market Research in the Mobile World will bring together top researchers and practitioners to discuss the key challenges and opportunities of using mobile platforms for generating consumer and business insights.
TNW readers get 10% off by using discount code “thenextweb10” during registration
Interactive Local media, December 7-9, Santa Clara, California
Interactive Local Media 2010 (ILM:10) is BIA/Kelsey’s annual conference devoted to digital media with a local focus. This event features the true innovators of interactive local media and marketing, encompassing directories, search, mobile, social and direct marketing.
TNW readers get $200 off ILM:10 registration with promo code ILM10TNW
LeWeb, December 8-9, Paris, France
Last but not least. . LeWeb brings together the most influential audience in the Internet ecosystem. Top industry entrepreneurs, executives, investors, senior press & bloggers gather for 2 days in Paris to focus on the key issues and opportunities in the web marketplace. LeWeb features the most timely topics and discusses the hottest trends as they happen. This year’s theme is platforms and speakers include: Carlos Ghosn, Marissa Mayer, Dennis Crowley, Alexander Tamas, Sebastien de Halleux, Michael Arrington to name a few.
TNW readers get a special 200 euros discount here By using discount code TNW2010
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