801 California Street
Mountain View, California 94041

CINA presents:

Business Blogging: What is on the horizon?

Sat, Jul 16, 10:00am-11:59am, Mountain View

MORE INFO: http://www.cina.org/viewevent.php?eventid=74

What is blogging and how it will change your business? Come to this event to join a discussion with our feature speaker.

Topic of discussion includes:
* What is blogging and where does it come from?
* Blogs and Web Sites, What's the difference?
* Blogs, press releases, journalism, what is the commonality?
* Blogs, an advanced form of internet evolution?
* How can we use this to our benefit?
* What is on the horizon?

Speaker Profile

Peter Karnig, VP Sales/Business Development at Five Across, Inc.

Prior to joining Five Across, Peter was CEO and co-founder of Danilo Black, a leading media design consultancy. He also served as vice president of sales and marketing at Circle.com and the Interactive Bureau where he participated in developing some of the most influential media properties on the internet.
He served as the conference chair for SoftBank Forums internet expositions, Web Nation and Web Innovation and is a Seybold Fellow. In addition, Peter has been a publisher of both print and internet media including Aviation Week and Space Technology, ITC Desktop, and Digital Video Magazine.
Peter attended Reed College and Konstfackskolan (School of Industrial and Applied Arts) in Sweden. He received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts.

Saturday, July 16

Fenwick & West LLP
801 California St.
Mountain View, CA, 94041

$25. RSVP by July 15th, 2005: $20.

Website: http://www.cina.org/viewevent.php?eventid=74
Email: rsvp@cina.org

About CINA:
Chinese Information and Networking Association (CINA) is a non-profit organization founded by IT and Networking professionals and entrepreneus in the Silicon Valley. CINA actively holds conferences, monthly seminars, special workshops and events, social gatherings etc.

CINA has more than 3000 members from many different ethnicities and backgrounds.

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