PubCon Las Vegas 2010, the premier new media and optimization conference, will once again be offering a vast and varied schedule of networking lunches hosted by many of the exciting technology speakers who will be presenting throughout the week of November 8 – 11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center South Hall.
For 2010 we have more than doubled the number of speakers and the lunchtime topics that they will be discussing, building on the success our networking lunch program achieved last year.
PubCon Las Vegas 2010 will feature nearly 50 networking lunch opportunities throughout the week, presented by more than 30 top speakers, available free to all gold and platinum pass-holding conference attendees, with no table sign-up necessary simply sit down and join in.
Take advantage of this rare opportunity to meet and learn from many of PubCon’s top speakers and spend time with the leading innovators we have assembled and discuss the latest industry topics, all in a relaxed shared environment around a lunch table at PubCon Las Vegas 2010.
The PubCon Networking Lunch program is free to all full conference gold and platinum pass attendees, and is just one more way that PubCon distinguishes itself from other events, adding a valuable bonus to a conference already chock full of business networking opportunities.
More than 15 large lunch tables will be set up and ready for networking fun on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, to informally discuss of a wide variety of industry topics with PubCon speakers.
Networking lunch tables will be located in the PubCon lunch area, and identified with signs showing who is hosting the table and the subject that will be discussed there.
Sit down and grab your lunch with fascinating PubCon Las Vegas 2010 speakers including Converseon, Inc. senior search analyst Ted Ulle, Karner Blue Marketing LLC president and chief strategist Rebecca Murtagh, BestSellerAuthors.com social media strategist Warren Whitlock, BlitzLocal chief executive Dennis Yu, and many others.
At PubCon Las Vegas 2010′s networking lunches, you can speak with the experts about the hottest industry subjects and apply their insight to your business.
Here is a tentative lineup of networking lunch speakers, who are certain to offer something for all our attendees.
PubCon Las Vegas 2010′s Tuesday, November 9, 2010 lunches will feature Khalid Saleh, Alison Driscoll, Ethan Giffin, Nick Stamoulis, Kevin Lee, Joe Laratro, Paul Schroader, Chuck Hamrick, Arnie Kuenn, Tom Critchlow, Tim Ash, Roger Montti, Wister Walcott, Matt Michiewicz, Craig Paddock, Gabriel Goldenberg, Nathan Mellor, and Gregg Banse.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 lunches will feature Brian Carter, Mark Munroe, Amanda Watlington, Khalid Saleh, Michael Marshall, Gillian Muessig, Brian Ussery, Roger B. Dooley, Jessica L. Bowman, Matt Tuens, Ralf Schwoebel, Scott Polk, Aaron Kahlow, James Martell, Benj Arriola, and Shawn Rorick.
On Thursday, November 11, 2010 our networking lunches are tentatively set to include Ted Ulle, Dennis Yu, Warren Whitlock, Alan K’necht, Aaron Kronis, Rebecca Murtagh, Calum I. Mac Leod, Eric Enge, Chris Goward, Amanda Watlington, Gregg Banse, Paul Edmondson, Barry Lloyd, Gillian Muessig, Scott Hendison, William Leake, and Brian Combs.
Last year speakers and attendees both enjoyed our networking lunch events, and we’re happy to continue with an even bigger program this year.
The PubCon networking lunch hosted by speakers went great, said speaker Dorausch.
I had the table on Local search and it filled early. We had a mix of enterprise CEOs, boutique businesses, a company with multiple local locations, and SEOs that focused on local. Discussions focused on recent changes to Google Maps data and how everyone can best optimize for those changes. We also discussed the similarities we all face in local and learned from unique experiences others have had. I was really pleased with the turnout and discussion and greatly appreciated the efforts by PubCon in promoting the lunch, added Dorausch.
I met several interesting people at the lunch session and made some new contacts, said speaker Hamrick.
We’re happy to offer this stellar expanded lineup of networking lunches for PubCon Las Vegas 2010, and will see you for lunch when you take advantage of this fantastic free opportunity to network with some of our top speakers.
If you haven’t yet signed up for PubCon, register today and join the excitement in sunny Las Vegas on November 8 – 11, 2010.
Lane R. Ellis