36 Battery Place
New York, New York

Virtual Worlds Conference 2007 is the leading event for Fortune 500 businesses seeking to understand and maximize marketing and business strategies within virtual worlds. Leading companies from Toyota to Starwood to Leo Burnett to Adidas are setting up presences in virtual worlds. CBS will bring its Star Trek franchise into Second Life.

(Registration: $595-$995)
Virtual Worlds 2007 shows you how to succeed as a marketer in this rapidly growing segment of marketing, media, entertainment and commerce. Separate buzz from success; hear from companies who've made the journey and learn from their experiments and activities; learn more about this technology trend and the consumers who inhabit virtual worlds.

Featured Speakers:

John Bates, Evangelist, Entropia Universe
Christopher Barry, VP, Digital Media and Bus. Strategy, Sundance Channel
Matt Bostwick, SVP, Franchise Development, MTV Music Group
Betsy Book, Director of Product Management, Makena Technologies
Corey Bridges, Co-founder, Executive Producer, & Marketing Director,
The Multiverse Network
Chris Collins, Business Analyst, Linden Lab
John Donham, VP Production, Areae Inc.
Jeska Dzwigalski, Community Developer, Linden Lab
Joel Greenberg, Sr. Planner, GSD&M
Roger Holzberg, Vice President - Creative Director / Walt Disney Parks
and, Resorts Online
Teemu Huuhtanen, President, N.A. & EVP Bus. Dev., Sulake Corp. Ltd.
Ben James, Communications Strategy Director, Rivers Run Red
Joe Laszlo, Analyst, Jupiterkagan
Randal Moss, American Cancer Society
Tor Myhren, Exec. VP, Exec. Creative Director, Leo Burnett Detroit
Jerry Paffendorf, Futurist, Electric Sheep Company
Catherine Smith, Director of Marketing, Linden Lab
Reuben Steiger, CEO, Millions of Us
Jason Stoddard, Managing Partner, Interactive, Centric
Sibley Verbeck, CEO, The Electric Sheep Company
Greg Verdino, VP/Director of Emerging Channels, DIGITAS
Mark Wallace, Journalist, 3pointD.com
Michael Wilson, CEO, Makena Technologies
Linda Zimmer, MarCom:interactive

Official Website: http://www.virtualworlds2007.com/index.html

Added by MarkWallace on February 7, 2007