Next week, Charlene Blohm, president of C. Blohm & Associates, will be attending the 2010 Ed Tech Business Forum in New York, Nov. 29-30. “Reinventing Business Models” is the theme of this year’s conference, which offers the opportunity to network with business and finance executives, as well as attend a variety of educational sessions for those with a vested interest in the ed tech industry. If you’re making the trip to The Big Apple, be sure to connect with Charlene (she’s normally by the coffee). Otherwise, you can follow Charlene on Twitter for live updates from the event.
The Ed Tech Business Forum is sponsored by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) and has been running strong for 10 years now. It’s the place to be for ed tech companies that want to learn how to boost revenue and profit, transition business models, license products on the “cloud,” or find channels for mobile products. The in-person event is sold out, but those who are still interested are encouraged to harness the power of technology and participate in the Online Ed Tech Business Forum, which will provide access to many of the sessions.
We will soon be planning for the conference next year so if you have any suggestions, send ’em our way!