Communitech heats up Conference with Keynote from Ashley Madison Founder

Posted by Rob Lewis

What do the founder of the Ashley Madison Agency (Tagline: Life is Short. Have an affair.), a Harvard business professor, and a best-selling business author have in common? They are all keynote speakers at Communitech's 2010 Tech Leadership Conference to be held July 14th in Waterloo.

Keynote speakers are Noel Biderman, founder of the Ashley Madison dating web site targeted to married individuals seeking an affair; Clayton Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and author of The Innovator's Dilemma and new books on bringing innovation to education and health care reform; and Bill Taylor, author of best-selling book Mavericks at Work and co-founder of Fast Company magazine.

With the theme of "The 2010 Commandments", the Tech Leadership Conference promises to be an interesting event and should attract some 600 entrepreneurial leaders, startups, and large company investors to spark innovation and make new things happen. Communitech will also stage its annual Tech Expo of the next big startup ideas as latest products and solutions emerge from stealth mode to the next step of commercialization.

Register online.

Company:
Communitech
Website:
http://www.communitech.ca
Location:
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Communitech is located in Waterloo Region, 110 kilometres (66 miles) west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada in an area that includes the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo. Communitech is the regional hub for the commercialization of innovative technologies supporting and building a Southwestern Ontario tech cluster of close to 1,000 companies that now generates more than $30B in revenue. A member of the Ontario Network... more

Company:
Avid Life Media
Website:
http://www.avidlifemedia.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Avid Life Media Inc. is a leading social entertainment company that operates some of the most vibrant dating communities on the web. more


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