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Monday, June 7
 

9:00am

HP News Conference @IWNY
HP will help commence Internet Week New York festivities by hosting a news conference where HP Imaging & Printing Group Executive Vice President Vyomesh “VJ” Joshi will be joined by leading industry partners including Google, Yahoo! and Nickelodeon to discuss the future of printing in the Web-connected world.

A conversation moderated by Mashable and featuring some of the Web's most innovative minds will immediately follow.

This event is currently open to members of the press only. To request an invitation, please reach out to Lauren Stilwell, Porter Novelli for HP, lauren.stilwell@porternovelli.com.
RSVP Required This is an invite-only, private event. To request an invitation, please reach out to Lauren Stilwell, Porter Novelli for HP, lauren.stilwell@porternovelli.com.
http://internetweekny.com/events/315

Monday June 7, 2010 9:00am - 11:00am
IWNY HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

12:00pm

Phil Thomas DiGiulio Presents: Mobile Applications in the Modern World
Mobile devices are changing the way we experience the physical world, from personal usage to work applications.

Join Phil Thomas DiGiulio and four who, working with brands, successfully use mobile media to share information in new and innovative ways. These talks will focus heavily on the exponentially growing field of location-based marketing/advertising and cover topics including sports, food, travel, branding (large and small), fashion, and journalism.

Speakers include:
Food & Brands: Jason Anello, Creative Director at Manifold, Co-Founder of http://forkingtasty.com

Real Estate: Matthew Shadbolt, the Director of Online Marketing at the Corcoran Group

Travel: Brian Simpson, Director of Social Hospitality at the Roger Smith Hotel in New York City
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/414

Monday June 7, 2010 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:00pm

Rocketboom founder Andrew Baron presents Mag.ma
Join Rocketboom founder Andrew Baron, to hear about their newest video product: Mag.ma!
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/496

Monday June 7, 2010 1:00pm - 1:40pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

2:00pm

Riding RIA to Success: The eBay Simple Lister
The session will provide an overview Microsoft Silverlight technology and how it enabled eBay in building a listing application for Casual sellers on top of eBay APIs. The session will talk to Silverlight features that allow developers and designers to build rich cross-browser and cross-platform applications using the same tools and technologies that are familiar to .NET developers. This session will include a demo of the Sketchflow app that was used in designing the eBay application and will conclude with a demo of the Casual Lister application. Speakers: Dave Wolf & Mike Wolf from Cynergy.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/466

Monday June 7, 2010 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

2:00pm

Urlesque's 'Urly Show' Podcast - IRL!
Web trends and internet humor site Urlesque.com will be recording their Urly Show podcast LIVE at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Stop by and join the Urlbots as they ask special guests to describe a day-in-the-life of their internet lives. Be sure to grab some of our LOL-buttons! Show starts at 3PM.
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http://internetweekny.com/events/494

Monday June 7, 2010 2:00pm - 3:00pm
AOL Podcast in the Expo Space at Internet Week HQ 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

2:30pm

Stuff You Should Know
Come to a live broadcast of Stuff You Should Know with hosts Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant.

Josh Clark is a senior writer at HowStuffWorks.com, and hosts Stuff You Should Know with esteemed colleague, Chuck Bryant.


Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/409

Monday June 7, 2010 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

Design for Silverlight and .NET with Expression Blend
Expression Blend enables you to rapidly iterate on both the user experience and core architecture, evolving your ideas quickly from initial prototype through to completed project. Create compelling experiences for the Web, the desktop, and mobile devices. Speaker: Joanna Mason, Microsoft.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/467

Monday June 7, 2010 3:00pm - 3:40pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

PepsiCo Presents: The Art of the Edge: Partnering Early and Helping Build Scale
Digital is culture. PepsiCo has continued to use this idea as a proof point of major campaigns such as DEWmocracy and the Pepsi Refresh Project. With the recent partnership with Foursquare and as PepsiCo prepares to launch PepsiCo10--connecting with emerging technology entrepreneurs with brands across its food and beverage portfolio--this timely discussion will take place between PepsiCo's Seth Kaufman and Bonin Bough. They will engage in an open dialogue about PepsiCo's efforts to engage in the digital space as thought-leaders.

Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/459

Monday June 7, 2010 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

4:00pm

Meghan Asha Presents: An Interview with VP of Production at Howcast.com, Darlene Liebman
Meghan Asha of Non Society will interview Co-founder and Vice President of Production of Howcast.com, Darlene Liebman about the Future of Online Video.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here starting: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/499

Monday June 7, 2010 4:00pm - 4:55pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011
 
Tuesday, June 8
 

8:00am

IAB Innovation Days @ Internet Week
Day 1 (June 8) - Innovation: The Future of TV & Online Video

Recently possible technology and the rapid evolutions in the marketplace have blurred the lines between broadcast, cable and web content. What opportunities does this open for media companies, brands and for content producers? See the hottest new technologies that you should have known about yesterday.

Day 2 (June 9) - Innovation: All About Branded Content/Content Brands

The Internet is in your pocket, on your TV, in your car—EVERYWHERE. Consumers are changing the rules as they lay claim to content on-demand across multiple devices in multiple ways. What about the explosive growth of content as inventory? Find out how publishers and media companies are rising to the challenge and learn from the brands cracking the code.
RSVP Required http://www.iab.net/innovationdays
http://internetweekny.com/events/277

Tuesday June 8, 2010 8:00am - 6:00pm
Internet Week HQ Theater 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

10:30am

Forbes Presents: Melanie Wells Interviews Paul Alexander, Head of Marketing for Liberty Mutual
Watch Melanie Wells and Paul Alexander discuss Liberty Mutual's break-though "responsibility" campaign on the Broadcast Stage.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here:: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/403

Tuesday June 8, 2010 10:30am - 10:50am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

11:00am

ICED Media Presents: Moving into the Digital Space: How Companies Can Use Social Media to Build Their Brand
ICED Media President Leslie Hall and Diesel USA's Vice-President of Marketing, David Ireland, will discuss Diesel's move into the digital space and how other fashion and retail companies can use social media to build their brand.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/404

Tuesday June 8, 2010 11:00am - 11:30am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

11:00am

Encoding and video editing for everyone with Expression Encoder
Capture and prepare high-quality streaming video for Web sites, YouTube, or handheld devices. Expression Encoder supports both standard and HD video encoding with easy-to-use presets, or set your own encoding options from a large set. Speaker: Wayne Smith, Microsoft
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/468

Tuesday June 8, 2010 11:00am - 11:45am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

11:45am

NYC Life and Tech in the City
Todd Asher (COO of NYC Media) will be talking about the agency’s role in Internet Week 2010, and the ways NYC government is using technology to improve services and engage with its constituents. The interview is for our “Tech in the City” interstitial airing on NYC Life (channel 25) during Internet Week.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/445

Tuesday June 8, 2010 11:45am - 12:20pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

12:30pm

Next New Networks Presents: 30 Online Video Facts in 30 Minutes
Join the Next New Networks team on the Internet Week NY Broadcast Stage for a fast-paced, everything you ever needed to know but were afraid to ask session about the mysterious world of online video.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/441

Tuesday June 8, 2010 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:00pm

Better business results from your Web site with Expression Web
With a professional code editor, rich design surface, visual and CSS diagnostic tools, cross-browser debugging features, and broad Web-standards support, Expression Web makes it faster and easier than ever to create modern standards-based Web sites. Speaker: Erik Saltwall, Microsoft
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/470

Tuesday June 8, 2010 1:00pm - 1:40pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:30pm

Gary Vaynerchuk Presents
Come see host of Wine Library TV and author of Crush It!, Gary Vaynerchuk, LIVE on the Broadcast Stage in the Internet Week HQ Expo Space!


Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here starting: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/396

Tuesday June 8, 2010 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

2:10pm

Jeff Pulver Presents: The Connected Me and the On-Going Social Revolution Around Us
Join Jeff Pulver, creator/host/producer of the #140conf, in talking about the evolution of real-time web. Hear about the global social revolution taking place that could potentially change the way the world does business forever.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/397

Tuesday June 8, 2010 2:10pm - 2:40pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

Implementing Custom Designs to Silverlight Controls
Expression Blend and Silverlight empowers teams of both designer and developers with full control of presentation and interaction of web applications. Kristie Weatherford from Lab49 will demonstrate taking a polished design and implementing it to Silverlight control templates, and in the process explains the Blend design environment and tools.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/481

Tuesday June 8, 2010 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

Dropio Presents: Cloud Computing, Strategy & Business Models
Increasingly, we live in a world of powerful pluggable pieces. Online and off, and in everything from e-commerce to art, invention is evolving from engineer’s work to something much more akin to cooking, where creators mix in ingredients to make something delicious and unique. That shift is enabling a new generation of DIY makers and entrepreneurs to fit those prebuilt parts together quickly and build interesting new products on top of them.


Examining phenomenons like the Arduino, an open source microcontroller which is revolutionizing everything from art to robotics, we’ll take a look at how having a kit of simple but powerful parts changes the rules for what you can build yourself (and in the case of the Ardunio-powered Makerbot, what those things can then build!) The shift is also happening online, where Facebook Connect and Twitter can be plugged in in place of identity and distribution systems that you would have had to build before. Finally, we’ll focus on new tools, APIs, and companies that are commoditizing more and more complex layers of technology, and how missing out on the trend could leave you lagging behind younger competitors that have learned how to stop developing, pick up the pieces, and just build.


Forget reinventing the wheel – stop reinventing the car. Welcome to the Pluggable Culture.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/398

Tuesday June 8, 2010 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

4:00pm

PepsiCo Presents: Unlocking the Power of the Barcode
Join PepsiCo Director of Social Media Bonin Bough, Stickybits CEO and Founder Billy Chasen and Gary Vaynerchuk for a discussion of the technology and the potential of the barcode.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/497

Tuesday June 8, 2010 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

5:30pm

Chairman of Internet Week NY David-Michel Davies Interviews Founder & CEO of The Ladders, Marc Cenedella
Marc Cenedella, previously of HotJobs.com, started TheLadders.com when he noticed a puzzling gap in the world of online recruitment and high-end employment. TheLadders.com helps both recruiters and candidates for high-level jobs conduct their searches more efficiently by focusing exclusively on the $100+k job market. Marc and David-Michel will discuss the city's booming start-up culture as well as the impact of the economic recession on the job market.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/492

Tuesday June 8, 2010 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011
 
Wednesday, June 9
 

8:00am

IAB Innovation Days @ Internet Week
Day 2 - Innovation: All About Branded Content/Content Brands

The Internet is in your pocket, on your TV, in your car—EVERYWHERE. Consumers are changing the rules as they lay claim to content on-demand across multiple devices in multiple ways. What about the explosive growth of content as inventory? Find out how publishers and media companies are rising to the challenge and learn from the brands cracking the code.
RSVP Required http://www.iab.net/innovationdays
http://internetweekny.com/events/278

Wednesday June 9, 2010 8:00am - 6:00pm
Internet Week HQ Theater 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

10:00am

BakeSpace.com Presents: From cash-strapped start-up to profitable company... on your terms.
You've built a great Web site only to find that the hardest obstacle to success still lies ahead. How do you make it profitable on your terms, without compromising your vision or selling your soul?

Join us for an intimate chat with two-time Webby Nominee and BakeSpace.com Founder Babette Pepaj as she discusses what it takes to grow a lean startup, build a sustainable business and stop worrying about how to raise capital.
The chat will be followed by a question and answer session.

For more information about Babette Pepaj and BakeSpace, visit
http://bakespace.com
.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/400

Wednesday June 9, 2010 10:00am - 10:30am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

11:00am

Windows Phone 7 in Action: Design and Development Process, Guidelines, and Workflow for the WP7 Platform
Archetype will use the Associated Press and Marionette WP7 Applications, shown in the Microsoft MIX keynote, as real world examples of design, process, and technical considerations for designing Windows Phone 7 applications. In this session Archetype will walk through key design considerations for integrating the Microsoft “METRO” Phone 7 UI Guidelines, as well as showcase their design process through wireframes, design comps, and animation prototypes. This session will also discuss unique Phone 7 features and functionality and how they differ from other platforms. Speakers: Mike Lucaccini & Danny Riddell, Archetype
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/471

Wednesday June 9, 2010 11:00am - 11:45am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

11:00am

Forbes Presents: Melanie Wells Interviews Pepsi's Ana Maria Irazabal and Garrett Camp of StumbleUpon
Join Forbes in talking to Pepsi's Ana Maria Irazabal, and then to StumbleUpon's Garrett Camp.

Ana Maria Irazabal is the Director of Marketing for Pepsi in the U.S. She oversees the marketing campaigns, retail programs, and product innovations for the Pepsi brand portfolio. Ana Maria led the 2009 Pepsi "Refresh Everything" campaign, the recently launched Pepsi Refresh Project on www.refresheverything.com, and the launches of Pepsi Natural and Pepsi Throwback.


Garrett Camp is the founder and CEO of StumbleUpon, the largest personalized content discovery engine on the web. The implications of StumbleUpon's research is far-reaching for online marketers and media or anyone looking to reach users through highly relevant and advanced targeting.

Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/406

Wednesday June 9, 2010 11:00am - 11:50am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

12:00pm

Rackspace Presents: Preventing Website #Fail
In the world of interactive marketing and social media, your best day can quickly turn into the worst. As the marketing engine revs to optimal performance, a spike in web traffic or rich media components can lead to buckling websites due to poor web hosting infrastructure. Crashing websites or even slow video loading can take the wind out of any campaign's sails, but web infrastructure is often the last thing digital marketers think to optimize. This session will walk attendees through the value of hosting, including the cost savings, flexibility and scalability of cloud hosting, and the emerging technologies in hosting that could ensure the success of your next big online campaign. Whether its the launch of a new blog, viral campaign or worldwide webcast, this session will help you build a winning game plan with the right hosting mix.

Session Take Away: The audience learns about new technologies in hosting including the benefits of cloud hosting and virtualization for greater flexibility. This information will be given context through real world examples of how the appropriate hosting mix came in as the hero or the villain when it matters most.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/426

Wednesday June 9, 2010 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:00pm

Dynamic Prototyping with SketchFlow
Sara Summers, one of the authors of the book “Dynamic Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend: Sketch Your Ideas...And Bring Them to Life!,” will present a workshop on effective prototyping. Attendees will see how to rapidly move from creative brief to working prototype to state-of-the-art finished application.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/484

Wednesday June 9, 2010 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:30pm

Tidal.TV Presents: Addressability: The Fuel for the Future of Video and the Ability to Drive Better Measured Performance
Ryan Jamboretz, Chief Media and Development Officer at Tidal.TV will discuss case studies for how brands have benefited from addressability within online video, and a look at where, when and how 1-1 addressability will be incorporated into TV.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/407

Wednesday June 9, 2010 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

User Experience Sells
Dave Wolf from Cynergy will take you on a whirlwind tour of software design using the latest in design concepts, technologies and tools.   From rich, interactive consumer experiences to best of breed enterprise applications you will learn how a great user experience lowers costs and generates revenue.  
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/472

Wednesday June 9, 2010 3:00pm - 3:40pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

Dropio Presents: Starting a Startup, The Story
Join dropio in an intimate discussion with founders of three of the most successful NYC-based startups right now (Mike Hudack from Blip.tv, Rachel Sterne from Ground Report and Nora Abousteit of BurdaStyle).


Come to Internet Week HQ to hear first hand 'acoustic' stories from some of the most successful entrepreneurs in New York, followed by an acoustic musical performance. After the stories, a question and answer session will allow participants to seek advice and further insight from the founders.


Make sure you stick around to see singer/songwriter Rachel Browne perform a few acoustic songs at the end of this presentation!
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/399

Wednesday June 9, 2010 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

5:30pm

Chairman of Internet Week NY David-Michel Davies Presents an Interview with Anil Dash
Anil Dash, pioneering technologist and blogger, is the founding Director of Expert Labs, an independent non-profit initiative that helps the government harness the expertise of citizens in policy making. In this interview, Anil and David-Michel will discuss Expert Labs and its mission to help the government use technology to engage with citizens.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/491

Wednesday June 9, 2010 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011
 
Thursday, June 10
 

8:30am

The #Promise
ThinkSocial at the Internet Week HQ Theater is hosting a groundbreaking one-day conference called The #Promise, taking place June 10 during Internet Week in New York.

The conference will explore how social & mobile media are empowering corporate citizenship to create social & environmental change.

The #Promise features a selection of world’s most recognizable and innovative brands, and other business, technology and civic leaders. At the conference, leading companies — including presenting sponsor PepsiCo — will come together in an unprecedented effort to each make their commitment to society and the planet.

#Promises are objectives that have meaningful and measurable business and social dimensions, and leverage digital media.

Companies will speak about how they are using social and mobile media to carry out commitments and provide predictions for the future in corporate social responsibility.

Each presenter will discuss specific strategies that have allowed their organization to leverage the collaborative new media environment toward achieving their objectives.

In addition, the conference will feature keynote lectures by yet-to-be-announced speakers, and panels curated by some of today's most important intellectual platforms, including TED, Fast Company & GOOD Inc. The panels will include presentations and discussions focused on how companies are using social and mobile media to create value for consumers, society and the planet.
RSVP Required Please apply for a complimentary ticket at http://thepromiseny.com/apply/
http://internetweekny.com/events/381

Thursday June 10, 2010 8:30am - 4:30pm
Internet Week HQ Theater 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

10:00am

SeedStart 2010
SeedStart 2010, a summer incubator program funded by NYCSeed, RRE Ventures, Contour Ventures, IA Capital and Polaris Ventures, launches June 7thwith funding, mentorship and a series of workshops and events for 5 teams of entrepreneurs selected from over 200 applicants. This special, open to the public InternetWeek workshop will feature NYC entrepreneurs Amol Sarva (founder of Peek, low cost messaging devices) and Vin Vacanti (founder of Yipit, daily deal aggregator), and venture investor Jalak Jobanputra discussing launching, iterating and scaling a startup in today’s high velocity, quickly changing technology environment.

The panel includes:
Amol Sarva, Peek
Vin Vacanti, Yipit
Jalak Jobanputra, NYC Investment Fund/NYCSeed
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/436

Thursday June 10, 2010 10:00am - 10:40am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

10:50am

TIME Inc Presents: Reaching Your Mobile Audience
From the iPhone to the Android to the Blackberry – how are publishers reaching their mobile audience? Hear about successes and challenges in mobile from John Cantarella, President of Digital for TIME Inc. News & Sports Group and discuss latest mobile trends with Techland’s Peter Ha. The discussion will be moderated by Dan Fletcher, lead writer for TIME’s Newsfeed, as well as a reporter and social media producer for TIME.

Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/444

Thursday June 10, 2010 10:50am - 11:20am
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

12:30pm

Julia Allison Presents: An Interview With Jeff Jarvis
Julia Allison will interview journalist and new media expert Jeff Jarvis LIVE on the broadcast stage!
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/477

Thursday June 10, 2010 12:30pm - 12:55pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:00pm

Behance Presents: A Conversation on Making Ideas Happen with Scott Belsky
Join Scott Belsky in learning about taking your ideas and making them real in the tech space. Scott is the Founder and CEO of Behance, a company that develops products and services for creative industries.


Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/411

Thursday June 10, 2010 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:00pm

From Social Networking to Social Commerce
Join Alex Norman, EVP, strategic development at digital firm Schematic for an overview of how brands can leverage the power and reach of social networks to drive online (and offline) sales.

An expert in online community and social networking, Norman will walk attendees through the multitude of technologies and social networking platforms available to brands and offer insight into how they can create impactful social shopping programs that best support their business.

Key to the discussion will be an exploration of the various ways in which brands can play a more profitable role in the digital dialogue about their company and their products through new technologies that turn social networkers into social shoppers. Among the areas we’ll discuss are:

• Vehicles for driving social commerce: popup stores, touch kiosks, mobile and shop-able videos
• New technologies that facilitate the buying process
• The importance of developing a strong and platform-appropriate narrative
• Utilizing advanced analytics to refine campaigns and tactics on the fly
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/473

Thursday June 10, 2010 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

1:50pm

New TeeVee and Magnify Present: Content Creation Vs. Content Curation
Ryan Lawler grills blogger, filmmaker, and Magnify CEO Steve Rosenbaum
on the conflicts and challenges of content creators vs. content
curators.

Can sites both create unique editorial and aggregate and curate content in a way that builds audience, repeat visitors, and traffic? Com hear Ryan and Steve hash out solutions.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/438

Thursday June 10, 2010 1:50pm - 2:20pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

2:30pm

PSFK presents The Future of Retail
PSFK presents The Future of Retail

How will brands like Google, Groupon, Apple, and Facebook impact the retail industry and influence the way we shop?

Join PSFK for an informal conversation on the most exciting changes affecting brands and the retail industry in the next 3 to 5 years. Piers Fawkes and his team of trend consultants share insights and examples from their recently published report, The Future of Retail.

Aimed at curious minds working in the fields of retail, the mobile web, design and brand strategy, PSFK's presentation will bring to life the thinking and ideas that help inspire and inform their research.

Preview the Future of Retail report here:
http://psfk.com/future-of-retail
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http://internetweekny.com/events/476

Thursday June 10, 2010 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011

3:00pm

The Indispensable Nature of Technology in the News & Our Lives
Join Damien Basile as he interviews Mediaite's Rachel Sklar, and CBS.com's Shira Lazar on the Internet Week Broadcast Stage.
Expo Pass Required All are welcome to come to broadcast stage events, buy your HQ pass here starting: www.internetweekny.com/attend/expo-pass
http://internetweekny.com/events/512

Thursday June 10, 2010 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Internet Week HQ Expo Space Internet Week HQ at Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W. 18th Street New York, NY 10011