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Enterprise20Camp

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Enterprise2.0 Camp 2.0 Toronto (now at the Gladstone)

 

Introduction

Inspired by the success of DemoCamp in Toronto, Enterprise2.0 is about the business-world applications of "Web20" and "SocialMedia". Enterprise2.0 is built on the hypothesis that the real killer app for new/collaborative media tech is in business. And it's more than just the current hype of using blogs and such to market to the MySpace Generation. Enterprise2.0 is about businesses themselves taking the best from the current boom in social web-based innovation and how businesses are already using these technologies internally and externally to boost productivity, enabling new ways of working.

 

At a basic level it's about how can web or community-enabling existing applications or business processes improve productivity. These include the existing tools that exist now like blogs, wikis, Skype, Sharepoint(?) or Google Docs and Spreadsheets. For those of us building or trying to use these sorts of tools this session is about sharing knowledge through studies of challenges and successes. wino kredyt mieszkaniowy sprzedam mieszkanie sprzedam bilet

 

But taking it a step further it's also about looking ahead to how can these new technologies change the fundamental structure of business. From the way we interact and connect with our everyday coworkers to blurring the distinctions between employees/partners/customers/suppliers and wherever else you think it might take us.

 

This is our second event; click here to learn more about the first one.

 

UPDATE: See also EnterpriseCamp Unconference edition held January 13, 2007 in Toronto.

 

For future events, keep an eye on the main TorCamp page or Tom Purves' Enterprise2.0 Blog  for announcements.

 

Date November 7th
Time6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location New Larger Venue Gladstone Hotel
Expected Attendance All are welcome. Yay! now we have a larger venue, but it's important that everyone signs up (on this page) so we know our numbers. Thanks!


 

Demo Schedule

 

Current plan is that we will have Three to Four roughly 20min Discussion Sessions

 

Sign up here to lead a discussion:

  1. Tom Purves of Firestoker - An introduction Enterprise2.0, the state of the industry & Office2.0Con Redux, Reporting back on the hype, the bubbles and the innovation coming out of the Office2.0 Conference in SanFran Oct 9/10
  2. Sacha Chua - Report from the CASCON 2006 conference
  3. Greg Van Alstyne of the Beal Institute for Strategic Creativity, OCAD - A Theoretical Primer for Emergent Media, presentation + discussion


 

Attendees

If you plan to attend, please please let us know so we can have an estimate of numbers.

  1. ThomasPurves ThomasPurves.com
  2. Jevon Macdonald firestoker.com.com
  3. JamesWalker - Bryght
  4. BryceJohnson - Navantis : The Chicken Test
  5. Darrick Wiebe
  6. Joyce Chan
  7. RohanJayasekera
  8. MatthewBurpee
  9. Dan Eng
  10. Jennifer Lum
  11. Estelle Havva
  12. ZachCox (tentative) Charles River Analytics
  13. Sunir Shah
  14. Jocelyn Brown
  15. Veau Trotter
  16. Marcus Bornfreund Creative Commons Canada
  17. Siobhan McLaughlin - if its on the 30th.
  18. SachaChua sachachua.com
  19. Ryan Coleman Clay tablet Technologies
  20. Pema Hegan
  21. Phillip Smith
  22. Bob Hutchison Recursive Design
  23. Arshad Merali Arshad Merali Ventures
  24. Michael Rossi
  25. Libin Pan
  26. Jeremy Lemaire
  27. Arnold Wytenburg The Art Guy
  28. Andrew Andreoli
  29. Kim Machado (Rogers Publishing for PROFIT Magazine)
  30. Ryan G
  31. Max Smith Easy Chicken Recipes
  32. Sandy Kemsley
  33. Greg Van Alstyne Metabolo.org
  34. David Daniels  Business & Technology Reinvention
  35. Dilawar Syed  Interaction, Media, and Business
  36. Saleem Khan
  37. Kenley Sun
  38. Sean Howard - spinglobe & Craphammer
  39. Gordon MacLeod - Navantis
  40. Matt McCausland
  41. Mark Bondyra
  42. MarkKuznicki - Remarkk!
  43. David Jacobson
  44. RandyCharlesMorin - Rmail KBCafe ResumeBay Talk-Sports
  45. Puneet Gupta - Connectbeam.com
  46. Chris Potter
  47. Avi Pollock
  48. Dave Forde - Profectio
  49. Chris Gilmer - DownloadSquad& WebWorkerDaily
  50. Jeff Richman
  51. Barry A. Martin - Hypenotic
  52. Scott Springer - Pro Vision Concepts
  53. Karen Ward - Curiosity Inc.
  54. Paul Levine - TryBeta
  55. Mike Levine - andPOP
  56. Brian Gomes - Interweb Marketing
  57. Alex Petrov - Whirlpool Corp.
  58. Adam Clarkson
  59. Alan McLean - CBC.ca
  60. Jen Gluck
  61. Fernando Lopez - Avant-garde Relationships
  62. Shannon O'Rourke
  63. Mark Ruddock - Ventures West
  64. Jerry King
  65. Liana Giovando
  66. Angelica Barr
  67. Vesna Radinovic iC Group
  68. Lukas Dryja
  69. Kurt Gooden
  70. Bob Mersereau
  71. Abhimanyu Chirimar
  72. Adriana Ieraci
  73. DeborahHartmann
  74. Leila Boujnane Idee Inc
  75. Paul Bloore Idee Inc
  76. Sutha Kamal Ambient
  77. Adam Prime
  78. BrentAshley
  79. Dan Chmielewski
  80. Bob Logan Beal Institute
  81. Michele Perras Beal Institute
  82. Richard McCann
  83. Robin Uchida
  84. Anusia Govindasamy
  85. Mary Jane Braide MJ Braide Corporate Development
  86. Tim Ashby
  87. MartinCleaver - martin.cleaver.org
  88. Gabriel Mansour
  89. RyanMcMinn - unspace.ca (Tentative)
  90. Jim Sale

 

Full! (Max 100 at Gladstone)

Waitlist (admittance not guaranteed and depending if some of those people don't turn up)

  1. .

 

Not Coming

 

  1. Phil Wolff - Skype Journal
  2. Mira Jelic - Have a great event Tom; say hi to RandyCharlesMorin


 

SPONSORS

 

Official Media Sponsor: Profit Magazine 

 

Venue Sponsor: Firestoker

 

Additional sponsors welcome