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Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco 2011 Teams Up With Ten Influential Nonprofits

SAN FRANCISCO Feb. 9, 2011

Sarah Milstein

A committee of Web 2.0 Expo influencers selected the following nonprofits based on how each uses Web 2.0 tools and technologies in their work. Each organization will be supplied with booth space, on-site branding, an Internet connection, and inclusion in the online and printed events guide, completely free of charge.

Jen Pahlka

$2,000 dollars

Candice Jimenez

Celebrating its fifth year as the leading event inspiring and educating the tech industry by providing educational programs and valuable networking opportunities, the event includes several new session formats. In addition to new 20-minute breakouts, the program features a track of Conversations, 50-minute roundtable discussions open to attendee participation. Each Conversation will be led by a Web 2.0 expert and dedicated to a hot topic, and rather than simply listen or ask questions, attendees will be at the center of the discussion.

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