X Change 2010 Conversation Topics Announced!
I’m excited to announce that most of the 2010 X Change huddle topics and leaders have now been announced on our web site. If you’ve heard about the X Change and have been wondering what we will be talking about, please go have a look at the 2010 topics! We are more or less talking about everything … mobile, social, tagging, analysis, big data, testing, … you name it and we will be talking about it in Monterey September 21st and 22nd.
Serious. We have Kim Weller from ESPN talking about Digital Convergence, Kelly Olin from Nike talking about Measuring Global Brands, Dylan Lewis from Intuit talking about Testing, Lynn Lanphier from Best Buy talking about Analytics for Retailers, and 16 more amazing minds talking about the pressing topics of our day.
Are you ready to join us yet?
Just in case you’re not, please take a look at some of the amazing practitioners we have leading this year’s conversations. I consider it an honor to be co-producing a conference with so many brilliant web analytics practice leaders coming to join us and make the event happen. Folks like Shari Cleary from MTV Networks, Blandon Casanave from NBC Universal, Bob Page from eBay, and Adam Greco (yes, THAT Adam Greco) from Salesforce.com!
I know, amazing!
We will be adding a few more topics and conversation leaders this week so bookmark those pages and keep checking in. And by all means, if you have any questions about whether X Change is right for you, what the event is like, and what you can expect to take back to your boss after the conference, please don’t hesitate to contact me or one of my partners.
Don’t forget to read about this year’s exciting keynote with our “three VPs” as well. Shari, Joe Megibow from Expedia.com, and Steve Bernstein from Paypal will be talking about the career path from analyst to Vice President and the types of challenges they face heading analytics organizations as part of their companies senior leadership teams.
We are waaaay ahead on registrations this year compared to previous years and so a sell-out is more or less assured at this point. Don’t get left out — register right away and ensure your seat at the table at X Change 2010!