[PLUG] Adaptive Path's MX 2008 Conference - With Giveaways!

10 Mar 2008 - 11:54am
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Peter Merholz
2004

We have finished the programming for MX San Francisco 2008:

http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2008/apr/

Recent additions to the program include:
[+] Julie Peters, Brand Manager for Virgin USA
[+] Nathan Shedroff, multimedia pioneer and chair of the MBA in Design
Strategy and California College of the Arts
[+] Richard Anderson, editor-in-chief of Interactions Magazine and
consultant on user experience and strategy

In case you missed it... BRAND MANAGER FOR VIRGIN USA. Virgin is one
of the world's leading brands. Julie is a Brand Manager for Virgin.
And she will be sharing her insights at MX! Exciting!

----Giveaways----

When you sign up for MX, you're signing up for more than just the
conference. All registrants become members of the MX Book Club, and
will receive Chip & Dan Heath's _Made to Stick_, and Chip Conley's
_PEAK: How Companies Get Their Mojo From Maslow_ before the conference.

If you register between today and March 31st, not only will you get a
discounted rate, you'll also receive an iPod shuffle! To say thanks
for signing up!

Also, We decided we’re enjoying giving stuff away, so one person who
registers between between today (March 10) and 11:59pm on Friday,
March 14 will be chosen at random to receive their choice of either
one round-trip ticket wherever Virgin America flies (in honor of MX
presenter Julie Peters, Brand Manager for Virgin USA), or a spa/
massage package at the conference hotel, the Mark Hopkins.

----The Details----
When:
April 20 - MX Pre-conference with Adaptive Path's Kim Lenox
April 21 & 22 - MX Conference
Where:
Intercontinental Mark Hopkins, San Francisco
Price:
$1495 until March 31
$1595 regular price
Breakfast & lunch included

Last year’s MX sold out, so secure your space early!

-----Where to stay?-----

Rooms are available at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel, atop
Nob Hill, for $259 a night. Book your room by March 28th for the
Adaptive Path rate.

To register or learn more, go to http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2008/apr/

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