Join Women 2.0 for our monthly networking mixer with drinks and a book swap on Wednesday, January 28th, 2009 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at Citizen Space.
Tell us the best book you read in 2008, and what you are eager to read in 2009. Be sure to bring your business/technology/entrepreneurship books to swap for other Women 2.0 members' books!
Bring a business, technology, or entrepreneurship book to trade and save $5 on general admission!
Register at http://entrepreneurshipbookswap.eventbrite.com/
This is an open event for interested minds, male and female. As this is a Women 2.0 production, men may register as the "+1" of an attending woman. Basically if you’re a guy, invite a female to join you in attending this Women 2.0 event (she will register here and put you as her "+1").
Special guests for the evening:
Tara Hunt, author of The Whuffie Factor: Using the Power of Social Networks to Build Your Business, is co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Citizen Agency, an Internet consultancy specializing in community-centric strategies around product research, design, development and marketing. She has over 11 years experience in web design, 8 years in online marketing, and over 4 years of blogging on HorsePigCow. Tara is the author of "The Whuffie Factor" (coming mid-2009), an insightful and practical guide to connecting with the online communities that matter to your business in ways that enrich both.
Sramana Mitra, author of Entrepreneur Journeys Volume 1, is a Silicon Valley based serial entrepreneur who founded three companies after earning her master's degree from MIT. She is a strategy consultant who has worked with some 75 companies, a weekly columnist for Forbes, and author of the widely syndicated business blog Sramana Mitra on Strategy. In her book, she spotlights a diverse group of innovative entrepreneur CEOs and analyzes and discusses how they got their high-tech start-ups off the ground.
Clara Shih, author of The Facebook Era: Tap Online Social Networks to Build Better Products, Reach More People, and Sell More Stuff, runs the AppExchange product line at Salesforce.com and is the creator of Faceconnector, the first business application on Facebook. Previously, Clara worked in strategy and business operations at Google and as a software developer at Microsoft. Through case studies and CEO interviews, Clara's book paints a vision of how businesses can transform their sales, marketing, recruiting, and product development initiatives through use of online social networks. Clara was a finalist in the 2007 Women 2.0 Startup Competition.
Have YOU written a book? An eBook?! About to launch your book about entrepreneurship and/or technology? Come and share with the Women 2.0 community!
This is an open event for interested minds, male and female. As this is a Women 2.0 production, men may register as the “+1″ of an attending woman. Basically if you’re a guy, invite a female to join you in attending this Women 2.0 event (she will register here and put you as her “+1″).
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Women 2.0 is committed to increasing the number of women entrepreneurs starting high growth ventures by providing the resources, network, and knowledge for the launch and growth of their company.
Our vision is to be a catalyst for change, mobilizing a global community of ambitious women entrepreneurs seeking to advance the world through technology.
Women 2.0 is headquartered in San Francisco. Find us online at www.women2.org
Official Website: http://www.women2.org/entrepreneurship-book-swap/
Added by thisgirlangie on January 16, 2009