Askwith Essentials: Promoting Healthy Relationships

first_imgOn April 4, the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Making Caring Common (MCC) Project and Game Change: The Patriots Anti-Violence Partnership will hold an Askwith Forums panel to examine the state of sexual violence in schools and how both public and private actors are working to encourage a safer educational sphere.Sexual Misconduct is Common in SchoolsAn American Association of University Women study found that nearly half of all students — 52 percent of girls and 35 percent of boys — say they have experienced sexual harassment at school30 percent of female rape victims are first raped between the ages of 11–17At least 1 in 5 high school women and 1 in 10 high school men experience dating violence Read Full Story Game Change: The Patriots Anti-Violence PartnershipGame Change is a partnership between the Massachusetts Attorney General and the New England Patriots that has trained students and faculty at 90 Massachusetts high schools to prevent sexual violence and focus on training students to become peer educators in anti-violence strategiesPanelists:Nicole Daley, program director, Start Strong Boston, Division of Violence Prevention, Boston Public Health CommissionMynaja Ferguson, senior, Boston Latin AcademyJustine Fonte, director of health and wellness, The Dalton School, New YorkRobert Kraft, founder, chairman and CEO, the Kraft Group; owner, New England PatriotsJosh Kraft, President, New England Patriots Charitable Foundation; Nicholas President and CEO, Boys and Girls Clubs of BostonModerator: Richard Weissbourd, Ed.D. ’87, senior lecturer on education and director of the Making Caring Common project, HGSEIntroduction: James Ryan, dean and Charles William Eliot Professor, HGSElast_img read more

John Kander’s Kid Victory Sets Off-Broadway Dates

first_img View Comments Dates are now set for the previously reported New York premiere of Kid Victory at the Vineyard Theatre. Directed by Tony nominee Liesl Tommy and featuring music by the legendary John Kander and a book and lyrics by Greg Pierce, the new musical will begin previews at the off-Broadway venue on February 1, 2017; opening night is set for February 22.The play follows seventeen-year old Luke, who returns to his small Kansas town after a wrenching one-year absence. As his friendship grows with the town misfit, Emily, his parents realize that in order to truly find their son, they must confront some unnerving truths about his disappearance.Kid Victory will feature choreography by Chrisotpher Windom, orchestrations by Michael Starobin, scenic design by Tony winner Clint Ramos, sound design by Peter Hylenski, costumes by Jacob Climer and lighting by David Weiner. Casting will be announced at a later date. Kid Victory John Kander(Photo: Bruce Glikas)center_img Show Closed This production ended its run on March 19, 2017 Related Showslast_img read more

January 1, 2005 On the Move

first_imgJanuary 1, 2005 On the Move January 1, 2005 On the Move On the Move Jill Bowman and J. Andrew Meyer joined James, Hoyer, Newcomer & Smiljanich, P.A., as partners, and Tamra Carsten, Dawn Woolweaver, Jesse Ray, and Rachel Wagoner joined the firm as associates. Bowman and Meyer handle class actions and general civil litigation for the firm. Carsten works on class actions, civil appeals and general civil litigation. Woolweaver works on securities arbitrations, whistleblower cases, and individual and class actions. Ray works on class actions and civil litigation. Wagoner works on class actions. Robert A. Zinn was named chief operating shareholder of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami. Zinn focuses his practice on corporate and international law, mergers, acquisitions and securities. Additionally, James A. Bramnick was chosen to lead the labor and employment practice group. Bramnick is board certified in labor and employment law. Jacob Mitrani joined the Law Offices of Hagen and Hagen, P.A., at 3531 Griffin Road, Ft. Lauderdale, and handles commercial litigation and real estate and corporate transactions. Mitrani may be contacted at (954)987-0515 or [email protected] Charles A. Beard joined the environmental law practice of Smith Hulsey & Busey in Jacksonville. Steven Holtzman joined Ruden McClosky in Tampa. Holtzman joined the firm’s corporate practice group located at 2700 SunTrust Financial Center, Tampa. Jennifer L. Kane joined Akerman Senterfitt as an associate in the litigation practice group in Ft. Lauderdale. Additionally, Paul B. Bernstein joined the firm as an associate in the real estate practice group. Marci A. Rubin joined Simon, Schindler & Sandberg, L.L.P., in Miami and concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial transactions and real estate. Addie Albareda, Scott Rosso, C. Carolina Maluje, and Timothy Nies announce the formation of Albareda, Rosso, Maluje & Nies, P.A., located at the International Building, 2455 East Sunrise Blvd., Suite 813, Ft. Lauderdale 33304; phone (954) 564-1099; fax (954) 343-8841. The firm practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, criminal defense, immigration, family law, employment law and commercial and residential real estate. The firm also has offices in Miami. Dan Richardson joined Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A., in Jacksonville. Richardson concentrates his practice on environmental law. Lorenzo Moll Parrón joined Steel Hector & Davis LLP, as an associate with the firm’s real estate practice. Moll Parrón represents clients in the purchase, sale, and development of real estate. Christine Miele Ertl and Erum Siddiqui joined Snell Legal as associates at 700 W. Granada Boulevard, Suite 107, Ormond Beach. Ertl concentrates in the area of business transactions and Siddiqui focuses on business litigation. David B. Honig joined Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.S.C., as a shareholder. Christopher J. Greene joined Brant, Abraham, Reiter, McCormick, P.A. as a shareholder. Greene will continue his practice in complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts, shareholder and partnership disputes, and litigation involving trusts, estates and probate matters. The firm will now be known as Brant, Abraham, Reiter, McCormick & Greene, P.A. Dean J. Merten has opened The Merten Law Office, P.A., at 1520 10th Avenue North, Suite E in Lake Worth. Merten concentrates his practice in the area of criminal defense. Suzette L. Benitez joined Jorge M. Abril, P.A. as an associate. She concentrates her practice in the areas of building and construction litigation, commercial collections and healthcare reimbursement. Kevin W. Shaughnessy, Joyce Ackerbaum Cox, and Patrick Muldoney joined Baker & Hostetler, L.L.P., in Orlando as partners. Shaughnessy is board certified in labor and employment law. Ackerbaum Cox concentrates her practice in defense of discrimination and harassment lawsuits and conducting and advising clients regarding ADA audits and compliance. Muldoney advises and represents clients in connection with both traditional labor law and employment law issues. Also joining the firm are employment and labor attorneys Tracey L. Ellerson, James W. Seegers, Rexford H. Stephens, Marilyn G. Moran and Lillian Chaves Moon. Marjorie Baron has become a panel mediator with Salmon & Dulberg Mediation Services, Inc. Kozyak, Tropin & Throckmorton announces the relocation of their offices to 2525 Ponce de Leon, 9th Floor, Coral Gables 33134; phone (305) 372-1800; fax (305) 372-3508; Min K. Cho and Dianne M. Triplett joined Carlton Fields as associates in the Tampa office. Cho is a member of the construction practice group. Triplett is a member of the products and toxic tort liability practice group. Steven L. Frankl joined Rosenthal & Levy, P.A., in West Palm Beach. Frankl concentrates his practice in representing injured individuals in workers’ compensation and personal injury law. Berman, Kean & Riguera, P.A., announces the relocation of its office to 2101 W. Commercial Blvd., Suite 2800, Ft. Lauderdale 33309; phone (954) 735-0000; fax (954) 735-3636; e-mail: [email protected], [email protected]; [email protected] The firm continues to concentrate in the area of commercial litigation. Kelly M. Fisher has become a partner in Abbey, Adams, Byelick, Kiernan, Mueller & Lancaster, L.L.P., in St. Petersburg and Tampa. The firm concentrates in the defense areas of liability, malpractice, workers’ compensation, employment claims and appeals. Lee Friedland announces the establishment of Friedland & Associates in Davie at 4486 SW 64th Avenue; phone (954)321-8810. The firm will continue to offer legal representation in state and federal courts in relation to medical malpractice, personal injury, and criminal matters. Gordon Hargrove & James, P.A., announced the relocation of its offices from downtown Ft. Lauderdale to 2400 East Commercial Boulevard, Suite 1100, Ft. Lauderdale 33308. Roberta Kohn and Cindy Sarsen announced the formation of Kohn & Sarsen, L.L.P., with offices located at 1535 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 102, Lutz 33548. The firm concentrates on the full service representation of business entities. Terrence R. Holihen, Eric B. Marks and Matthew S. Smith of the real estate practice group of Akerman Senterfitt in Orlando, W. Glenn Jensen of the insolvency and creditors’ rights practice group, Michael W. McNatt of the banking practice group and Harold E. “Hal” Morlan II of the litigation practice group were elected shareholders in the firm. Matthew R. Danahy and David C. Murray announce the formation of Danahy & Murray, P.A. The firm concentrates on representing insureds in first party claims against their insurers. The firm’s office is located at 2304 W. Cleveland St., Suite 100, Tampa 33609; phone (813) 258-3600. Luis E. Viera joined Abbey, Adams, Byelick, Kiernan, Mueller & Lancaster, L.L.P., in St. Petersburg and Tampa. The firm concentrates in the defense areas of liability, malpractice, workers’ compensation, employment claims, and appeals. Kathryn A. Slye joined Katz Barron as an associate in the litigation department. Slye practices in both the Ft. Lauderdale and Miami offices in the areas of general corporate and commercial law, construction litigation, insurance defense, real estate/foreclosure law, condominium and homeowner association law, bankruptcy law, appellate law, and creditor’s rights in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts.last_img read more

A case for brokered deposits

first_img 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,James Lutter D. James (Jim) Lutter is the Senior Vice President of Trading and Operations at PMA Financial Network and PMA Securities where he oversees PMA Funding, a service of both companies … Web: Details Over the past decade, following the financial crisis, low interest rates and investor risk aversion fueled large core deposit balances across the banking industry. As interest rates have risen, most credit unions are starting to re-evaluate their deposit funding models. With increased competition, technological changes and greater loan demand, credit unions are seeking out new deposit sources to achieve their strategic goals. With these challenges and opportunities, it is time to rethink the stigma of wholesale funding.  When used appropriately, wholesale funding can be an effective and stable source of deposit funding.As a refresher, the Great Recession of 2008 brought on the need for regulatory review of how credit unions fund their balance sheets. Through Congressional action (The Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act), the FDIC was required to conduct a study on the effects of brokered deposits. The “Core and Brokered Deposit” study focused on the role of brokered deposits in the lead up to the Great Recession. The common theme was that troubled credit unions were not utilizing diversified funding sources and were over-reliant on brokered deposits. This enabled rapid loan growth in higher risk assets. The rapid deterioration of asset value (sub-prime housing crisis), coupled with the depth of the recession and the dislocation of inter FI lending exposed the vulnerability of the banking system. The theme coming out of this study was that ALL wholesale/brokered deposits were considered “hot money,” which in times of stress can fuel instability.A major concern with this line of thinking is that it takes a “one-size fits all” approach. The primary focus has been on the “brokered deposit,” and not as much on the source, the “deposit broker.” There are numerous sources that a credit union can take advantage of when receiving brokered deposits and they are not all the same. A few examples of brokered deposit sources include Referral Services, Broker-Dealers, Money Managers, etc. These are considered brokered deposits, but behave differently. For example, in the case of referral services, they typically match advisors or depositors with credit unions. They have a limited relationship with the underlying depositor, thus possess limited knowledge on the depositors investment policy, deposit stability or the impact of stressed situations on the deposits. This differs greatly from that of a Money Manager. The Money Manager is usually involved in establishing a cash flow plan with the depositor, then implementing it based on investment objectives.Brokered deposits can be a good complement to traditional funding when utilized in a prudent manner.  This starts by taking the time to understand the source behind the deposit. Prior to participating in the brokered deposit market, an operating plan/template should be constructed outlining rules of engagement, specifically covering the various sources and types of brokered funding, such as:When should brokered funding be utilized?Establishment of concentration limitsDefining the relationship of the deposit broker to the depositorThe deposit broker needs to be vetted to determine their role in the deposit process and ongoing relationship. The more clarity provided at the onset of engagement will help eliminate unexpected surprises during times of stress   All in all, brokered funding is an integral part of the deposit market place.  It provides stability and fills the voids created during times of volatility in the local depositor base.last_img read more

Kingston District Council to Dispose of Surplus Dredger

first_imgThe Kingston District Council, South Australia, has agreed to dispose of its original cutter suction dredger following a unanimous decision at their September meeting. In making this decision, Mayor Kay Rasheed said that “it simply came down to the fact that the vessel is no longer able to be effectively utilized.”Given the significant increase and change in material accumulation, primarily the seagrass wrack within the Maria Creek, the original dredge is not capable in successfully removing this material, according to the council.This is compounded by the fact that there is no engineering or specifications on the vessel and the environmental impact is unable to appropriately be assessed by the relevant authorities.Disposing of the dredger will provide an opportunity to consolidate marine assets and operate only one, particularly given the council’s current position to focus on a long-term sustainable solution for the boat launching facility at Maria Creek.Mayor Rasheed indicated that this process took a step forward at the September meeting, with the council agreeing to proceed to Stage 1 – detailed concept design.This follows receipt of Tonkin Consulting’s scope of work brief which will see the council seeking quotations for a scientifically proven concept design for alterations to the existing structures.last_img read more

Inbet’s online partners gain casino games from Vivo Gaming

first_imgShare Submit Related Articles StumbleUpon Delasport elevates online casino offering with Betsoft deal June 3, 2020 Unique gaming solution to drive “significant global expansion” for Finunion May 16, 2019 Share UKGC forces Paddy Power & Betfred to terminate new retail games April 3, 2019 The white label platform for Inbet Games has been bolstered by another integration – this time in the form of live stream casino games from Vivo Gaming.Inbet’s online casino partners have therefore gained access to a full range of real land-based casino games from a leading interactive provider, including European Roulette, Live Roulette, Baccarat, Craps, Sic Bo, Blackjack, Dragon Tiger, Poker and more.The addition of content from Vivo, combined with the Spinomenal integration from earlier this month, sees the white label platform pass the 600 mark for slots, casino, betting and lottery games.The roulette table games from Vivo enable simultaneous play for any number of players, but with a variety of table limits to fit the requirements of each client’s operation.Blackjack is the only game featuring full interaction between the players and the dealer, as well as between the players themselves.Inbet has praised the contribution of Vivo’s dealers, all of whom are “trained to engage players in a fun, enjoyable, and personal fashion, facilitating the thrill of playing in a real casino from the comfort of your personal surrounding”.Through many years of running Blackjack tables 24/7, Vivo Gaming has mastered the time needed for each stage of play, so that players have the precise amount of time to make their decisions without causing too much of a wait or interrupting the flow of the game.Pavel Korolev, Business Development Director for Inbet Games, commented: “We are very pleased  with the deal we have made with Vivo Gaming as it will augment the capacity of our White Label platform to bring on a world class live betting experience.”Inbet Games has made the shortlist in four categories for this year’s SBC Awards – Best Retail Betting Product, White Label Supplier of the Year, Best Virtual Sports Product and Best Multi-Channel Supplier.last_img read more

Bell set for Bellator 220

first_imgHumboldt County’s own Cass Bell will enter the octagon for the third time as a professional on Saturday when he takes on Peter Ishiguro during the preliminary card event of Bellator 220 at San Jose’s SAP Center. Bell, seen training against fellow Institute of Combat fighter Tyson Miller in the photo above, has a professional record of 2-0-0 with wins over Ty Costa and Khai Wu. His opponent tonight, Ishiguro, is 1-0-0 with a win over over Matt Hampton. The two will fight at the catchweight …last_img

Magic Ribosome Appears as Missing Link

first_img(Visited 38 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 A father-daughter team takes on the “selfish gene” concept and considers the ribosome as the “missing link” for lucky LUCA.“What does DNA want?” Meredith Root-Bernstein asks in The Conversation.  “It wants to replicate” is the usual answer, pointed out by her father, Robert Root-Bernstein.  But they notice that DNA does not naturally replicate itself.  It coils up into a ball and resists change.  Case in point:The resting position of DNA is very tightly curled up with its genes inaccessible. Resting DNA is so stable that it can protect its genes for 10,000 years or more, allowing scientists to recover DNA from frozen mammoths. This is not a molecule yearning to disperse its genes, but one that wants to conserve them by remaining curled up in a knot.We reasoned that the cellular structure that wants to copy genes and turn them into the proteins that make up functioning cells is ribosomes. The resting state of a ribosome is: “I’m ready to translate DNA into proteins.” Ribosomes “want” to convert genes into working molecules.So the question should be, “What does a ribosome want?”  Ribosomes have machinery to build things.  They want to make copies of themselves.  So, the father-daughter team reasons, the “selfish gene” concept is wrong.  The missing link to the Last Universal Common Ancestor (LUCA) must be the ribosome.But how could a functional ribosome appear out of primordial soup by chance?  Since they’re anthropomorphizing anyway, here’s their solution:In a recent paper in the Journal of Theoretical Biology, we have shown that rRNA does contain vestiges of the mRNAs, tRNAs and “genes” that encode its own protein structure and function. Ribosomes are not simply the passive translators of genes as described in textbooks. We believe they are the missing link between simple pre-biotic molecules and the single-celled LUCA, the Last Universal Common Ancestor, considered to be the first living thing on Earth.DNA evolved to conserve and protect the information originally encoded in rRNA. Cells and organisms have evolved to optimise the replication of ribosomes, and ribosomes are almost the same across all species. Maybe the selfish ribosome puts a new spin on feeling kinship with other creatures. We are all just different kinds of homes to ribosomes.Given the complexity of a ribosome, it would appear a tall order to expect one to emerge out of a pool of “simple pre-biotic molecules”.  Maybe it’s a spiritual essence about these molecules that gives them a sense of kinship.If you have heard a stupider theory about life than this, give us a call.  Can you imagine the ridicule if a non-Darwinian wrote anything this lame as a “scientific” theory of the origin of life?  Robert is a professor of physiology at Michigan State.  It sounds like he was drunk on Darwine when he wrote this.   What’s even more remarkable is that a journal would publish it.  It goes to show that when people cease believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing; they believe in anything.At least their theory shows that the “selfish gene” concept is unworkable, too.  If you retain any hopes that chance will build a ribosome, clear your head with our online book.last_img read more

Women lead this year’s CEO SleepOut

first_imgThis year, the annual CEO SleepOut urges women leaders to take part in its one night in the cold event. Each participant must pledge R100,000 that will go to beneficiaries of the initiative.The SheEO SleepOut, a part of the CEO SleepOut, is hosted this year at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. This year the focus is to bring South Africa’s influential women together to grow empathy for vulnerable communities and to celebrate each other’s commitment to change. (Image supplied)Brand South Africa reporterSouth Africa’s CEO SleepOut initiative this year focuses on female leaders and calls on women in executive committees to spend a night outdoors on 22 June 2017.The CEO SleepOut is part of a global movement for positive social change. Founded in Australia in 2006, it is now a global event, with SleepOuts taking place in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US and the UK.This global movement aims to effect positive social change for vulnerable and homeless communities. The initiative asks business leaders to spend a winter’s night on the streets, raising funds and increasing empathy for the homeless.The South African SleepOutThe founding partner of the CEO SleepOut in South Africa is The Philanthropic Collection, and the inaugural event in the country took place in 2015 when 247 chief executive officers and senior company executives spent the night on Gwen Lane, Sandton. More than R26-million for the childcare organisation, Girls & Boys Town, was raised.The following year, 672 current and future business leaders spent the night on the iconic Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg City.There was also a national call to action, #SouthAfricaMustRise. Companies, universities and schools were able to host a SleepOut in solidarity on their own Sympathy, Student and School SleepOut events, collecting items for the chosen beneficiary.Donations were given to primary beneficiary partners, namely The Asha Trust, Columba Leadership and The Steve Biko Foundation.In the past two years, more than R35-million has been donated to the beneficiary partners of the South Africa CEO SleepOut, representing 73% of the project’s income revenue.This year’s CEO SleepOut is seen as “a special chapter” and is called the SheEO SleepOut, because of its focus on female leaders. The aim is for 250 female chief executive officers or women on executive committees to participate in the event, taking place at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.Those companies who do not have female leaders can nominate another woman, but must also pledge a donation towards fundraising for the beneficiary. To participate in SheEO SleepOut, each registered person or company should pledge R100,000.The funds raised at the SheEO SleepOut will be awarded to this year’s primary beneficiary, Door of Hope. This organisation works in the area of this year’s focus pillar: shelter, especially for abandoned babies and children.The secondary beneficiaries benefit from the affiliated brands and projects. The secondary beneficiaries this year are Homeless Talk, the street newspaper; The Salvation Army; and Gift of the Givers.Funeral donationThe CEO SleepOut initiative had its media launch on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 in Rosebank, Johannesburg.Among the guests were Prof Justice Yvonne Mokgoro, former justice at the Constitutional Court; Panyaza Lesufi, Gauteng’s MEC for education; entrepreneur and radio host Brent Lindique, who is also known as The Good Things Guy; and Leanne Manas, the SABC anchor.Yusuf Abramjee, social activist and chief ambassador of the CEO SleepOut, said the initiative had donated R50,000 towards the funeral costs of the victims of the taxi accident outside Bronkhorstspruit on 21 April 2017, in which 18 children and two adults died.Speaking at the launch of the School SleepOut 2017 in Johannesburg, Lesufi said the donation would help with funeral costs and “we are grateful”. A moment of silence was observed to remember the dead.People tweeted their thoughts about the SleepOut:As a social enterprise, we want corporate South Africa to do more to help those in need, which is why we do what we do. #CEOSleepOutZA— The CEO SleepOut™ (@SleepOutZA) April 26, 2017In 2017,we highlight women in leadership &encourage men to support them by contributing to their pledge.Details here:— The CEO SleepOut™ (@SleepOutZA) April 26, 2017MEC @Lesufi is humbled to be part of the School SleepOut in general. He says Future CEOs are today’s students. #CEOSleepOutZA— The CEO SleepOut™ (@SleepOutZA) April 25, 2017#TshepoMotaung “nice to be important but far more important to be nice” message to the youth @SleepOutZA #activecitizen— Katie Mohamed (@KayteeBM) April 25, 2017Take partJune 2017 has also been declared SleepOut month in South Africa. For the satellite solidarity events – the Sympathy, South Africa and School SleepOuts – businesses, groups and schools spend any night during June 2017 outdoors, collecting items for satellite beneficiaries across the nine provinces.For the School SleepOuts, 13 learners have been chosen countrywide to be school ambassadors of the initiative. They share the message of change and encourage schools to take part.Companies can also host a SleepOut at their premises on any day during June 2017. They can register for the Sympathy SleepOut. Last year, 65 schools and 44 companies participated.Thirdly, this year the South Africa SleepOut was introduced. This is for any group of South Africans — such as running clubs, book clubs, family and friends — can spend a night outdoors anywhere.All these events are to collect items for the beneficiaries. The list of items to collect and donate to the beneficiaries is found on the website.Anyone who wants to participate can register on the site.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa materiallast_img read more

Sponsor Post: Socialize: Monetizing Social Media Explores Social Gaming, Mobile, Marketing and Metrics

first_imgTags:#Sponsors#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Socialize brings together leaders in social gaming, virtual goods, mobile, marketing, and media for two days of learning, connecting, and sharing about all things social. Experts will show you how all the social media pieces fit together to create a unified, profitable business strategy. This event delivers up-to-the-minute social media techniques, methods, and processes to teach you how to successfully enable customer-facing revenue generation strategies that tap the power of social media when you return to your office. Socialize is designed to educate individuals whose firms are just beginning to conquer social media as well as corporations who wish to enhance their social media presence and expand their campaigns. Building cost-effective engagement models with measurable ROI is what Socialize is all about. Socialize, March 31 – April 1, 2011 in New York City, features four tracks dedicated to social media monetization methods: Gamify, Mobilize, Optimize, and Monetize.ReadWriteWeb readers save 15% by entering code SZRWW here.The program, produced by Mediabistro, SocialTimes, and AllFacebook, features:Jason Citron, OpenFeintDaniel N. Lewis, Sesame WorkshopChris Cunningham, appssavvyGabby Nelson, Select Comfort Corp.Mitch Joel, Twist ImageMatt Lemay, bit.lyMichael Jaindl, Buddy MediaCameron Gross, Best BuyHill Ferguson, ZongHussein Fazal, Ad ParlorAnd many more top authors, thought leaders, industry experts, business executives and hands-on practitioners. View the full speaker line-up.Sessions topics include:Social Commerce, The New Consumer And Rebooting Your BusinessBuilding a Successful Social Games Distribution Strategy on FacebookMobile, Social & Local: The 3-Way Intersection of Future CommerceInternational Perspectives on Smartphone GamesTurning Digital Dollars into Real Life GoldCreating a Sustainable Apps BusinessUsing Multivariate Techniques to Increase ROI in Social Media CampaignsThe Power of Real Time Social EngagementSocial Media Marketing: Legal & Regulatory ComplianceClick here for the full program. Socialize also offers plenty of opportunities to catch up with industry friends and make new connections throughout the day. We hope to see you there!Remember: ReadWriteWeb readers save 15% with code SZRWW. Click here to register. rww sponsor 1 Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more