Mobile Madness: Last Day to Save $125 on Our Dec. 4 Conference

11/27/12Follow @curtwoodward

The leftovers are dwindling and the food coma’s well past. Maybe you camped out for a big sale, or spent Monday scouring the Web for deals. But if you’re still in the mood to save some serious cash, Thanksgiving isn’t quite over.

That’s because today is the last chance to claim Thanksgiving Special tickets for Mobile Madness New York, our blowout year-end conference on Dec. 4 featuring some of the top innovators working mobile today.

Purchase your tickets now to save $125 off the regular ticket price, a savings of 45 percent. After today, the prices go back up—and it’s a program you won’t want to miss.

You’ll hear from power pair of former Googlers: Android co-founder Rich Miner, now a general partner at Google Ventures, and Robby Stein, the CEO of Stamped—recently in the headlines as Marissa Mayer’s first acquisition at the helm of Yahoo.

They’ll tell the story of building Stamped, highlighting some key moments in their collaboration and drawing out some lessons for entrepreneurs and investors on how to build great companies. And that’s just the beginning.

Our all-star lineup also features appearances from these great speakers, among many others:

—Roger Ehrenberg, Founder and Managing Partner, IA Ventures

—Peter Flint, General Partner, Polaris Venture Partners

—Veronika Sonsev, Founder & CEO, inSparq; President, Women in Wireless

—Joe Essenfeld, Founder and CEO, JIBE

—Alex Iskold, Founder & CEO, GetGlue

—Rahul Sood, Partner, Bing Fund

—Jalak Jobanputra, Managing Partner, FuturePerfect Ventures

Check out the full agenda to see more, and if you’re a startup or student, make sure to check out our special discount rates—we want to make sure everyone has a chance to see this group in action. There will be plenty of time for networking during and after the event, which is being hosted at the Microsoft Technology Center in Midtown.

And definitely don’t forget to grab those Thanksgiving Special tickets today—we’ll see you next week.

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

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