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May 27, 2008

Meet Josh and Charlene in June and beyond

by Josh Bernoff

We're now entering our third month of traveling the country to meet Groundswell enthusiasts (and potential enthusiasts) everywhere. June is packed full of appearances -- and if you're in New York you have no excuse to miss us since we'll be there practically continuously in June.

Thursday, May 29, 12:00 pm (central)
Internet Strategy Forum
Josh will give a speech on ideas from Groundswell.

Friday, May 30, 12:00 pm (central)
Bazaarvoice Social Commerce Summit
Josh will give a speech on "Turning the Social    Technology Groundswell to Your Advantage."

Silcon Valley (Mountain View)
Tuesday, June 3, 9:00 am (pacific)
Under The Radar Social Media & Entertainment Conference
Charlene will serve as a judge at the Under the Radar Conference.

New York
Monday, June 9, 9:00 am (eastern)
PRSA: The Digital Impact
Josh will deliver the opening keynote on "Groundswell" and public relations.

Los Angeles (Hollywood)
Monday, June 9, 10:00 am (pacific) Digital Media Summit/iHollwood Forum
Charlene will deliver a keynote speech on "Social Networking and the Transformation of Web Marketing"

New York
Tuesday, June 10, 10:00 am (eastern)
Online Marketing Summit at DM Days
Josh will deliver the opening keynote on "The State of Online Marketing"

San Francisco
Tuesday, June 17, 10:30 am (pacific) Supernova
Charlene will be on a panel on "People: What We Know, and What It Means?"

New York
Tuesday, June 17, 11:15 am (eastern)
Widget Web Expo
Josh will give a speech on "Using Widgets To Accomplish Business Goals"

New York
Wednesday, June 18, 8:30 am (eastern)
Direct Marketing Idea Exchange
Josh will give a speech on Web 2.0 for marketers

New York
Thursday, June 19, 10:15 am (eastern)
Meet Customers 3.0
Josh will give a speech on Groundswell

New York
Monday, June 23, 9:00 am (eastern)
OMMA Social
Josh will give the opening keynote on "The State of Social Media"

New York
Monday, June 23, 4:00 pm (eastern)
Forrester Finanical Services Forum
Josh will give a speech on "Social Strategy for Financial Services"

San Francisco
Tuesday, June 24, 11:30 am (pacific) Voice Peering Forum
Charlene will moderate a panel on "Federating Social Networks"

San Francisco
Monday, July 14, 4:30 pm (pacific) Ypulse National Mashup
Charlene will moderate a panel on "How to Successfully Reach Youth on Social Networks"

Portland (Oregon)
Thursday, July 17 Internet Strategy Forum
Charlene will give a speech on "Creating a Social Strategy That Will Work"

Washington, DC
Thursday, August 7, 9:30am (eastern)
eTail 2008
Josh will be keynoting on the Social Networking day

We look forward to meeting you!


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Katherine Coombs

Are there any plans to make it over to the UK? Or to the Forrester Forum in Lisbon?

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