Jaimey Walking Bear

This October 17-19, Web 2.0 Summit returns to San Francisco’s Palace Hotel. Join the Internet’s brightest and most influential leaders as we shake up the stage with rapid-fire conversations, dynamic high order bits, and stories from industry speakers—
never before shared.

Just a few of the big thinkers, idealists, tinkerers, and disruptors (more coming soon) you’ll hear from:

Marc Benioff Genevieve Bell Marc Benioff Tony Conrad
Steve Ballmer

CEO, Microsoft Corporation

Genevieve Bell

Fellow and Director, Intel

Marc Benioff

CEO, Salesforce.com

Tony Conrad

Founder & Entrepreneur, True Ventures

Dick Costolo speaker Michael Dell speaker
Dick Costolo

CEO, Twitter

Dennis Crowley
Co-founder, foursquare
Michael Dell

CEO, Dell, Inc.

Gil Elbaz

Founder, Factual

speaker speaker Vic Gundotra MC Hammer
Stephen Elop

CEO, Nokia

James Gleick

Author, The Information

Vic Gundotra

SVP Social, Google

MC Hammer

Co-founder and CEO, Alchemy MMA

speaker David Hornik Ted Leonsis Ross Levinsohn
Reid Hoffman

Partner at Greylock, and Co-Founder and Executive Chairman at LinkedIn

David Hornik

Partner, August Capital

Ted Leonsis

Founder & Chairman, Monumental Sports & Entertainment

Ross Levinsohn

EVP of Americas Region, Yahoo!

Andrew Mason Hilary Mason Mary Meeker Jeremie Miller
Andrew Mason

Founder, Groupon

Hilary Mason

Chief Scientist, bit.ly

Mary Meeker

Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Jeremie Miller

Founder, Singly & the Locker Project

Beatriz Perez Richard Rosenblatt Peter Vesterbacka Tim Westergren
Beatriz Perez

Chief Marketing Officer for North America, Coca-Cola

Richard Rosenblatt

Co-founder, Chairman & CEO, Demand Media, Inc.

Peter Vesterbacka

Mighty Eagle, Rovio / Angry Birds

Tim Westergren

Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Pandora

Anne Wojcicki Susan Wojcicki John Battelle Tim O'Reilly
Anne Wojcicki

Co-founder, 23andMe

Susan Wojcicki

SVP Advertising, Google

John Battelle

Founder & CEO Federated Media Publishing

Tim O’Reilly

Founder & CEO O’Reilly Media, Inc.

See the full, initial speaker line-up.

Data has taken center stage in the networked economy, so this year we’re using this core resource as the framing device to understand and discuss the future of the Web. For key points of control such as location, mobile platforms, gaming, content, social—who is winning and who is falling behind? Who is innovating and where are the opportunities?

Now in our eighth year, our goal with Web 2.0 Summit is to answer those questions through the most energetic and information-packed Summit you’ve ever experienced. Stick with us to get more exciting program and speaker news in the months to come.

As a friend of Web 2.0 Summit, take advantage and secure early pricing for your seat at this year’s event. Register now and save over 20%. Early registration ends June 6.

Register Now and Save

Web 2.0 Summit returns to the Palace Hotel in San Francisco October 17-19, 2011. Sign up before all seats are sold out—as they always do.

Bookmark and Share

Comments are closed.