Pubcon, the premier new media and search conference, is announcing the final call for speaking proposals at one of the year’s busiest and most highly anticipated weeks for social media andsearch professionals — Pubcon New Orleans 2013 on April 22 – 25 at the New Orleans Convention Center.
We’ve already got an astonishing lineup of many of the world’s best technology speakers finalized, including keynotes by Michael Slaby, Obama for America chief integration and innovation officer, Dave McClure, noted venture capitalist and founding partner at 500 Startups, and Chris Pirillo, popular online entrepreneur and founder of digital culture company LockerGnome, and we will soon stop accepting speaking proposals.
The Big Easy will come alive on April 22 – 25 as more than 200 leading speakers present over 130 sessions at Pubcon New Orleans 2013, and we’re now putting out our final call for speakingproposals to fill the few remaining sessions, so if you are an excellent technology speaker — or know speakers you’d like to see at Pubcon — fill out our handy online Pubcon New Orleans 2013 speaking proposal form today.
Thanks to the many hundreds of you who have already submitted strong speaking proposals and to those who submit during this final stretch before we close submissions soon. Pubcon New Orleans 2013 is shaping up to be one of the world’s top weeks of social media and online marketing in one of the most exciting and colorful cities anywhere.
PUBCON REGIONAL AUSTIN 2013 NEXT WEEK
Pubcon Regional Austin 2013 is less than a week away, taking place Thursday, February 21 at theAT&T Conference Center on the University of Texas campus. Pubcon Austin’s agenda will featuring three strong session tracks covering the latest local new media and search-related insight, a major keynote address by Melanie Mitchell, Digitas senior vice president and search marketing practice lead, along with breakfast and lunch, all led by Austin area speakers.
There’s still time to register for Pubcon Regional Austin 2013, and we look forward to seeing many of you in Austin, Texas next week.
Lane R. Ellis