Germany’s next10 conference – we have tickets to give away
Posted Apr 27, 2010 by Markus Goebel
[Germany] There’s only two weeks left until one of Germany’s leading gatherings for the digital economy, next conference, takes place in Berlin. Two thousand participants and more than 100 speakers from all over Europe and the USA are expected on May 11 & 12, 2010. And best of all, TechCrunch Europe has two tickets to give away.
Under the slogan “Game Changers” the next10 conference will discuss how the currently emerging economy of mobile applications is influencing companies’ digital strategies. The schedule looks quite promising and gets regularly interrupted by elevator pitches from startup companies.
The leading lights among the speakers include Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley and Louis Rossetto, who launched Wired magazine back in the days and now is a game changer in chocolate production with his company TCHO. Other highlights include appearances by futurist and hacker Pablos Holman, who helped to develop the smallest PC in the world, and John Rogers, who is reshaping the automotive industry with Local Motors. MP3 inventor Karlheinz Brandenburg will hold a keynote on the second day and a separate conference track is dedicated to the booming apps economy.
So how do you win one of those two next10 tickets – worth €940 each – given to us by organizing company, e-business solutions provider SinnerSchrader? Simply leave a comment on this post explaining why we should choose you. We’ll announce the lucky winners in one week, on May 3, 2010.
UPDATE: The winners are Thibaut Rouffineau and Michelle Owen.