November 14, 2006

Adaptive Path's Newest Conference: MX - San Francisco!

MX - San Francisco is Adaptive Path's newest event, subtitled "Managing Experience through Creative Leadership." We've set out to plan an event that serves the audience that has grown with Adaptive Path -- those who were practitioners 4-5 years ago and are now finding themselves managing experience design teams, and looking for insight and inspiration (and, knowing us, maybe a little inebriation).

The conference takes place February 12-13, 2007 in San Francisco. It's our first big event in SF in a while, and it's a delight to plan for the hometown crowd. (Not that people shouldn't travel to come! San Francisco in February is much nicer than much of the US!) We've got some local big names such as Tim Brown (CEO of IDEO), Caterina Fake (co-founder of Flickr and now poobah at Yahoo!), and visiting dignitaries like Scott Berkun (who is writing a book on innovation for O'Reilly) and Jennie Winhall (whose talk at About, With, and For blew away the audience).

Early early registration is November 30, and if you sign up with promotion code FOPM, you'll get an additional 15% off.

See you in February!

(and yes, I'm in Chile right now, but no reason I can't support the team back home!)

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