BlogHer Conference Update - January 7, 2012
By Lori Luna on January 07, 2012
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Happy New Year!! 2012 -- that sure did come along quickly :)
There's lots to catch up on so let's get started...
BlogHer Entrepreneurs (formerly known as BlogHer|bet) is baaaaack! We are so excited to bring back one of the most popular conferences of 2011 -- and one of the most intimate. We are noticing a nice trend in registration and that is to say last years' attendees are coming back (yay!) but that also means first timers need to jump on the band wagon and join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity: 1:1 mentoring by some of the smartest women around. Check out last years speaker/mentor line up for a taste.
On to BlogHer Food '12 and BlogHer '12...
Our Call for Ideas for both BlogHer Food '12 and BlogHer '12 have closed and wow! talk about record submissions and amazing ideas. Once again this community has delivered! We, along with our committees, are plugging away reading each and every submission. Stay tuned for updates.
Speaking of BlogHer Food '12 -- it will be here before you know it. We will be spending our time in lovely Seattle at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel and there is no time like the present to register for the conference and book your hotel room.
And then we have BlogHer '12 in New York City in August. It may seem odd to start talking about early bird pricing but it does end February 29 and then the price goes up $100. So jump on the early bird rate, save some money and use it to see the sites of New York (or shop). Our hotel block is also filling up so secure your room at the host hotel and be where all the action lives!
Until next time...
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