This July 30, the Wharton Web Conference (http://ph.ly/wwc) returns for
its sixth year with a solid line-up of sessions, speakers and
opportunities for networking.
The Conference theme for 2013 is "Transforming the Way You Think", and
we’re pleased to have actress, writer and producer Felicia Day
(http://feliciaday...) as our keynote speaker.
Following the keynote you'll choose from nine great sessions led by
influential speakers such as Anil Dash (http://dashes.com...),
Wharton Professor Jonah Berger (http://jonahberge...), Derek
Featherstone (http://simplyacce...) and others.
Session descriptions (http://beacon.wha...)
are available on the website; here are a couple of sessions to give you
* Doing Things With Data: Building apps with real-time, real-world
information (http://beacon.wha...) by
* It’s 2013. Why Does Your Site Look Terrible On My Phone?
* What the Web Can Learn from Cities
(http://beacon.wha...) by Anil Dash
The Wharton Web Conference will be held on Tuesday, July 30, in Jon M.
Huntsman Hall. This event brings together both Penn folks and non-Penn
folks for a day full of learning and networking right here on campus.
Register (http://ph.ly/wwc) before June 30 to qualify for early bird
pricing and get the full day of speakers and sessions, plus breakfast,
lunch and happy hour, for only **$149**.
Capacity is limited, so sign up today to save your spot. We hope to see
Register at http://ph.ly/wwc.