Saver Rate Expires Today for Mobile Madness New York Dec. 4

11/13/12Follow @curtwoodward

We’re getting closer to the Dec. 4 kick-off for Mobile Madness New York, the Big Apple debut of our premier conference on how the explosion of  mobile computing is changing the technology industry.

And if you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, take note—the saver rate for this power-packed program is expiring after today.

You’ll want to act now to get your tickets at the best possible price, We’ve been working hard to bring you an amazing program.

The afternoon conference will include appearances from some big names, including:

Rich Miner of Google Ventures, also the co-creator of Android

Roger Ehrenberg, founder and Managing Partner of IA Ventures

Rahul Sood, general manager of Microsoft’s new Bing Fund

—Robby Stein, CEO of Stamped, the startup that recently became Marissa Mayer’s first acquisition at the helm of Yahoo.

And there’s plenty more. Check out the registration page for the full lineup of speakers—and get your tickets now to lock in that best price.

Mobile Madness New York will be held Dec. 4, from 2-5:30 pm at the Microsoft Technology Center in Midtown (1290 Sixth Avenue).

We’ll have a networking reception afterward to make sure you get some more insights from your favorite guests. And keep an eye out for more previews of our program as the date draws nearer. We’ll see you there!

Curt Woodward is a senior editor for Xconomy based in Boston. Email: cwoodward@xconomy.com Follow @curtwoodward

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