InAwe returns to NYC just weeks from now – on July 9th, all day in NYC.
We’ve added some excellent thinkers on the inbox, pictures and words in mail, the zero-interface app trend, the Watch UI, and other places where you want to be:
Naveen Selvadurai from Foursquare and Expa
Galyn Bernard from Primary.com and Amazon/Quidsi
Neil Capel from Sailthru
Tom Lehman and Ilan Zechory from Genius
Amanda Hesser from Food52 and The New York Times
Matthew Hartmann from Betaworks
Rafat Ali from Skift and Paidcontent
Dan Frommer from Quartz
Vivek Sharma from Movable Ink
Jeff Jarvis from CUNY
New old, old new
Are we being pulled away from the inbox by sharing photos on Snapchat, getting work done on Slack and talk family stuff on WhatsApp? Or are we entering a renaissance of the new old? Hear from masters who open their inbox and share how they organize, follow up and play safe. Make sure you don’t miss it and book now. 50% less than the full price.
Sources and ressources
Food in your feed, clothes in your cal, wine through Vine – we put a spotlit on the new ways on how we get our stuff, and how we are being followed by our favorite brands along the way. Machine-based personalization, messaging with your doorstep. Learn from the people who run the startups and campaigns that work. Receive your discounted early bird ticket immediately after signing up here.
The shifting streams
Organized, disorganized. Native or in-app or cross-app. Deep linking. This year we will put a focus on the new trends changing the way users consume messages — encryption, passive events, structured knowledge. As you invent the new UI for your product experience, you’ll want to hear what these product designers are thinking. Save your seat for July 9th, all day in New York City — do it now at the early 50% off the full price.
Startups and established players
We’ll mine our startup networks and bring you the big players who are setting the agenda and emerging companies from around New York with fresh ideas about how it’s all going to work. Investors and corporates should be there to see what’s bubbling up.
We are partnering with these amazing companies
This year, we will host you in the heart of New York’s Garment District, just a block from Times Square. At Stollway, our unique new venue, you will not only find room to listen and connect, but also the working facility of the world’s leading knitting machine manufacturer, Stoll. Don’t miss connecting digital and analog crafts and reserve your seat for July 9th here at the early 50% off price.
Here’s who attended last year – founders and leaders from:
New York Times
Avenue A Ventures
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