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New York, NY, United States, 2008/06/03 - Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer, will speak at the Social Networking Conference on July 10, 2008 at the Mission Bay Conference Center UCSF. Mr. Wozniak will provide his insight on social networking and mobile phones.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Apple Computer Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak will speak at the 2008 Social Networking Conference taking place on July 10-11, 2008 at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.
Mr. Wozniak is the inventor of the Apple computer and author of the New York Times Best Selling Book "iWoz." In 1985, President of the United States Ronald Reagan awarded him with the National Medal of Technology, the highest honor bestowed upon America’s leading innovators. In 2000, Mr. Wozniak was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame and was also awarded the prestigious Heinz Award for Technology, The Economy and Employment.
At the Social Networking Conference in San Francisco this summer, Mr. Wozniak will provide his insight into the modern world of social networking and mobile phones.
The Social Networking Conference has become the definitive business event for the social media and social networking industry. The San Francisco conference taking place on UCSF's campus will discuss mobile social networking, business and enterprise social networking.
Executives from the following industries will be attending the event: Social Networking, Social Media, Enterprise & Venture Capital, Software, Mobile Telecommunications, Interactive Marketing, Widgets & Mashups, Internet/Mobile Payment Processing, Background Search firms and others. An illustrated breakdown of delegates can be found on the website.
For more information, please visit the Social Networking Conference website or contact:
Media Relations, Mark Brooks, Social Networking Watch
T: USA +1 (212) 444-1636 - F: USA +1 (520) 844-1636
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