Picnic in Amsterdam

A conference that I’ve been involved with and will be speaking at in Amsterdam is coming up on it’s early-bird registration deadline (31st July)

So if you fancy an indian summer of shooting the breeze on all manner of digital media stuff in the ‘Dam, then get to it!

PICNIC ’06 is an international conference focused on cross media content and technology related to media and entertainment which is being held from September 27 – 30th in Amsterdam. We expect approximately 1000 delegates from Europe, North America and Asia.

Speakers will include top creatives and entrepreneurs such as Michael B. Johnson, Moving Picture Group Lead at Pixar, John de Mol, Co-Founder of Endemol and Founder of Talpa, Craig Newmark, Founder of craigslist, Philip Rosedale, Founder of Linden Lab/Second Life, Jamie Kantrowitz, Senior VP Marketing Europe at MySpace, Lorraine Twohill, Marketing Director in Europe for Google, Marko Ahtisaari, Director of Design Strategy, Nokia, Dan Gillmor, Founder and Director of the Center for Citizen Media, Marc Canter, Founder and CEO of Broadband Mechanics, Joseph Jaffe, Author of “Life after the 30-Second Spot”, Matt Locke, Head of Innovation at BBC New Media & Technology, Emile Aarts, Vice President and Scientific Program Director at Philips Research Laboratories, and many more. For complete information, visit www.crossmediaweek.org

Early Bird Registration Rate until July 31st

Please sign up asap to take advantage of the Early Bird discount registration rate of EURO 500 plus VAT which is available until Monday, July 31st. As of August 1st, the normal registration rate will be EURO 750 plus VAT. The online registration form accepts credit card payments as well as bank transfers.

www.crossmediaweek.org/register

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