Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications - Launch Event
On 19 June Future Exploration Network launched its second annual list of the Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications.
BRW magazine published the list in its 19 June issue in a feature on The New Web Revolution.
The list is then launched at a lunch event held at KPMG’s Sydney offices. Features include:
- Formal launch of Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 list
- Panel of leading experts on the state of online innovation in Australia
- Showcase of five leading Australian Web 2.0 Applications
- Panel of leading entrepreneurs on online opportunities
- Participant roundtable discussion on creating value from Web 2.0 (optional)
- Excellent two-course seated lunch and great views!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Top 100 Web 2.0 Applications - Lunch Event
A$130 + GST
A$100 + GST (members of partner organisations)
All attendees will receive a copy of Living Networks - Anniversary Edition by Ross Dawson
10% of ticket proceeds will be donated to the Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation (see details below)
NOTE: Every event run by Future Exploration Network has been sold out (last year's Web 2.0 in Australia was fully booked two weeks before the event), so book soon if you'd like to attend!
Level 15, 10 Shelley Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000 (enter on Sussex Street)
Opening Keynote: The Top Australian Web 2.0 Apps
Presentation: Business Value of Web 2.0 Apps
Panel: The State of Online Innovation in Australia
Showcase: Leading Australian Web 2.0 Applications
Panel: Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Participant Roundtables (optional) Creating Value from Web 2.0
Speakers and participants discuss a range of specific topics on the state of online innovation in Australia, the challenges and opportunities for entrepreneurs, and how business can profit from Web 2.0 technologies and approaches.
NOTE: The showcased applications are NOT the top five on the top 100 list, but have been selected to demonstrate the diversity of successful Australian Web 2.0 ventures. Companies that were showcased in last year's Web 2.0 in Australia event are not eligible for this year's showcase.
Supporting Layne Beachley Foundation
KPMG and Future Exploration Network’s Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications Event are proudly supporting the Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation by donating 10% of all ticket proceeds to the Foundation.
The Foundation helps Aussie girls and women to realise their dreams in sporting, academic, community and cultural pursuits. KPMG has so farcontributed $40,000 in scholarships , and a portion of your registration for the Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications will benefit this terrific cause.
For more information, or to make a further donation, please visit the Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation website.