We just got another great prize to give out to one lucky attendee of our upcoming XSITE 2009 event: a Garmin Nuvi 310 GPS unit, courtesy of the generous souls at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. Only the next 10 folks to buy tickets for XSITE—the Xconomy Summit on Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship—will be eligible to win the system, which includes a car mount kit, car charger, carrying case, USB cable, and map software for North America. So if you head to the registration site quick enough, that means you’ll have a one in 10 chance to recoup almost the whole value of your XSITE ticket, which is already a great value.
Indeed, XSITE—which will be held at Boston University on June 24—will be chock full of leading innovators, executives, and investors. We’ll have keynotes by Dean Kamen and Juan Enriquez and panels and presentations from the likes of Yet-Ming Chiang of MIT and A123Systems, Boston-Power’s Christina Lampe-Onnerud, Reed Sturtevant of Microsoft Startup Labs, Dartmouth’s Tillman Gerngross, Alnylam CEO John Maraganore, Sirtris CEO (and GlaxoSmithKline SVP) Christoph Westphal, and EMC CTO Jeff Nick.
Then there’s the unveiling of two stealth companies, one of which, Taris Biomedical, we are giving an early sneak peak of today. And the day will be capped off by the XSITE Xpo, which will feature rapid-fire presentations from a dozen of New England’s most potentially transformative companies in cleantech, life sciences, and information technology.
You can check out the whole agenda here, and you can register here. Register quickly to secure your chance to win the GPS system (as always, Xconomy employees, underwriters, and investors are not eligible to win). Then you will have no problem navigating to XSITE 2009. We hope to see you there.
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