Without any further ado, I am delighted to announce that registration for The Audience Conference 2010 is now open.
So what is this Audience Conference anyway?
The Audience Conference is a 1-day event that features the smartest people across different disciplines who will speak about building and engaging audiences.
Last year, there were 20 speakers and entertainers who graced the stage of the Hudson Theater. This year, we’ll have dozens of speakers and comedians who will inform and entertain you on the stage of Caroline’s on Broadway, America’s Premiere Comedy Nightclub, located in the heart of Times Square in New York City.
There will also be an Open Mic, which will be open to all attendees who have the chutzpah to get up and perform 2-3 minutes of standup. (I am planning on getting up there myself, after all, it’s not like I’m going to miss out on the chance of saying that I got to do my schtick on the stage of Caroline’s.)
When is this event taking place?
The event is set for Saturday, August 14th from 9:00am-5:00pm and was deliberately planned to take place the day before Affiliate Summit East 2010 commences at the New York Hilton.
How much will you cost you to learn and laugh your ass off all day?
The early bird rate is just $99 bucks and includes a light breakfast, yummy bar food for lunch (yeah, you know the kind) and your beer and wine. The early bird ends on April 30th and then rates go up to $129.
If you’re interested in sponsoring this event, there are a limited number of opportunities available and all with a great level of visibility for your brand. We are also taking speaker proposals now through April 30th.
Lastly, please keep in mind that there are only 300 seats available for this event and I assure you, they are going to go fast. I will not be holding any seats back — first come, first served — and don’t say I didn’t warn you 😉
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