Arianna Huffington Among Thought Leaders at Communitech Tech Leadership Conference 2012

by Techvibes NewsDesk

Big names, big news, big influence. That's what can be expected at the annual Communitech Tech Leadership Conference slated for April 10.

The event is sure to ignite innovation and challenge the status quo with an impressive line-up of top speakers, including Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post and Nora Young of CBC Radio's Spark.

Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the world's best-known blog and one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world, will share expert insight into "The Brave New World of the New Media," addressing how social media has revolutionized the communications landscape.

Nora Young, whose CBC national radio show and podcast feature topics on technology and culture, will address "Trees, Meet Forest: Making Meaning in the Data Boom." Young, whose book The Virtual Self will be published this spring, will look at what it takes to create tools that are not only socially beneficial but attractive in a crowded marketplace.

With such hot tech topics, dynamic breakout sessions, and influential speakers, the Communitech Tech Leadership conference is expected to draw 500 people from throughout Southwestern Ontario.

The Communitech Tech Leadership Conference takes place on April 10 at Bingemans Conference Centre in Kitchener. Registration, breakfast, and the Tech Expo Showcase will kick off the day starting at 7:30am. Pre-register online

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Founded by a group of entrepreneurs in 1997, Communitech is an industry-led innovation centre in Waterloo Region, supporting a tech cluster of nearly 1,000 companies. Communitech supports tech companies at all stages of their growth and development – from startups to rapidly growing mid-sized companies and large global players. A member of the Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs, Communitech... more

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