BlogHer Conference Update -- January 20, 2012
Happy Weekend! Lots of fun things happening here with the BlogHer Conferences team so let's get started...
Did you see we have launched our Call for Volunteers for both BlogHer '12 in NYC and BlogHerEntrepreneurs? Check out what a BlogHership is all about and submit your request. We have said it from the beginning: Our volunteers help make our events so special.
Speaking of BlogHerEntrepreneurs... it's time to register for a conference that is unlike any other! Here you will meet the creme de la creme of women in business, talk to them one-on-one and make decisions that will likely shape your future. We have a limited number of spaces available so register today!
And as I mentioned above we are accepting a limited number of volunteers for this conference so do not delay, submit your request today.
If food is more your style, we have the conference for you -- BlogHer Food '12 in Seattle. It's our fourth annual Food conference and like all the others, it is sure to be a fun, food filled two days. Register today and book your hotel room at our host hotel, the historical Fairmont Olympic hotel.
Then we move on to New York City for BlogHer '12!! We are planning some new and exciting things for this conference and of course we'll bring back some of the things we know you love (nope, not telling yet). Trust me when I say it's going to be another great time with friends and lots of learning too!
Register for BlogHer '12, book your hotel room and join us for a few fabulous days in one of our favorite cities. Remember we are currently accepting applications to be a volunteer -- submit your request today!
Finally, we are sad to say we are losing a member of the BlogHer Conferences team, Jes Ferris, but, we're gaining someone new (more on that later). Check out Jes' post in our Career section and wish her a fond farewell.
Until next time...
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Photo Credit: Asher-Sears Photography.
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