Deadline for requests: July 1
Have a suggestion for a speaker or topic at Web 2.0 Expo New York? Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
View a complete list of Web 2.0 Expo contacts.
Attending Web 2.0 Expo New York? Below are all the important onsite details about check-in, planning your time at the conference and having fun while in New York.
Tuesday, September 16: Workshops
Wednesday, September 17: Keynotes, Sessions, and Expo Hall
Thursday, September 18: Keynotes, Sessions, and Expo Hall
Friday, September 19: Keynotes and Sessions
See the full schedule for more details
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
655 West 34th Street
New York, NY10001
Visit the Venue page for public transportation information, driving direction, and parking options.
Web 2.0 Expo is pleased to offer afternoon shuttle service from the Javits Convention Center to participating hotels. Shuttles will run in 30min intervals on the following schedule:
Please note: There are three routes servicing different hotels. Please be sure to board the correct bus. Route numbers will be located in the window of all shuttle buses. Shuttle service is available to Web 2.0 Expo attendees only. Registration badge required.
Wheelchair accessible transportation is available during hours of operation. Call 800-523-4046 to arrange for transportation. Please allow 30 minutes for arrival.
Registration for attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, and media is located on the North Concourse of the Javits Center.
The Expo Hall will feature more then 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest Web 2.0 products and services. The Expo Hall is located in Hall 3A.
Wednesday, September 17
11:00am - 6:00pm
(4:00pm - 6:00pm Booth Crawl)
Thursday, September 18
10:00am - 5:00pm
Wired and wireless connectivity is provided by InteropNet, Interop’s event network. The SSID is Web2.0 and the WPA password is Web2.0WPA.
You’re welcome and encouraged to use your own wireless equipment to access our network throughout the Javits Center – except for the Expo Hall. We are unfortunately unable to provide technical support or assistance with wireless connectivity.
Please take note that each user on the network is responsible for his or her own security. As this is an open network, you are advised to disable any open ports or shares you do not want exposed. For privacy, we recommend that you use a secure tunnel through a trusted server when accessing network services, such as email or web sites.
If you would like to record any session or shoot video on the show floor, please note you must have explicit and direct permission from the speaker/subject prior to recording.
Half the value of attending Web 2.0 Expo is getting as much out of networking in the lobby as you do from the learning in the sessions. Join the Web 2.0 Expo social network where attendees can meet and connect.
Look for sign ups outside of Hall 1A each day. Tag a table with a topic of interest, grab your lunch, and dive into discussion over lunch with other attendees.
There are lots of evening events happening each day after the conference. Check them all out and plan to mingle, meet and network while you are here.
Web 2.0 Expo New York will have water coolers distributed throughout the Javits Center and we encourage everyone to bring water bottles from home to use during the conference.
The Web 2.0 Expo NY backchannel is a place to chat with the community about what's going on in the tracks and onsite at the show. There are two ways to get on the backchannel, which comes to you via Six Groups Livecommunity: