Today’s XSITEing News: Beer and Prizes
Signing up for XSITE 2009, Xconomy’s Summit on Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship on June 24, ensures your access to the biggest showcase of New England technological ingenuity on either side of the Charles. Signing up early has even more benefits—and by benefits, I mean beer. And prizes.
That’s because the first 50 paid registrants to XSITE will be invited to a pre-conference party at the Cambridge Brewing Company on June 10, 5:30-7:30 pm, where you will enjoy New England brewing ingenuity with your peers and the Xconomy staff.
Partygoers will also be eligible to win one of three fabulous prizes:
—A $500 gift certificate to Beacon Hill’s No. 9 Park, one of Gourmet Magazine‘s top 50 restaurants in America. No. 9 Park serves up premiere Boston chef Barbara Lynch’s elegant interpretations of Italian and French country fare. (You can thank Atlas Ventures for this one.)
—A 16GB iPod Touch, along with lunch at Legal Seafoods in Kendall Square with Xconomy Chief Correspondent Wade Roush. Sample some of the restaurant’s world-famous chowder (served at every presidential inauguration since 1981) while Wade shows you some of his favorite apps from the iTunes store to load onto your new iPod.
—Breakfast with Xconomy founder and editor in chief Bob Buderi at Henrietta’s Table. This Harvard Square restaurant won a Green Business Award from the Boston Business Journal for its tireless efforts to serve local foods and a gastronomic philosophy that chef Peter Davis summarizes as “fresh and honest.” You’ll also receive signed copies of Bob’s three books: Guanxi, Engines of Tomorrow, and The Invention that Changed the World.