Are you a tech developer? Do you work in retail? Is eCommerce a passion of yours? Are you a Magento fan? Do you want to learn about building websites? We could go on forever with these questions, but the real question is, have you heard about Meet Magento New York?
Meet Magento New York is an annual conference where retail meets technology. It is the leading conference in New York City for the Magento community that is taking place on September 21-22, 2015. However, this is not your ordinary conference. Of course there will be speakers, who are not only brilliant, but are leaders in the eCommerce and Magento community. This year we have a variety of Breakout Sessions, with two tracks: Business and Developers. These people are coming from all over the world to impart their knowledge and expertise in order for your business to be the best it can be. We are also going to have many different sponsors at the event, who are going to be ready and willing to speak to everyone that walks through the Digital Sandbox’s doors.
On top of great speakers and sponsors, there is going to be food… and lots of it. The food that is going to be provided is not only delicious but is displayed beautifully, making it look just as good as it tastes. This conference already sounds unbelievable… but there’s more. After all the festivities inside the Digital Sandbox come to a close (until the next day that is), the attendees will head right next door to the Broad Street Ballroom to hear from our Keynote Speakers, Bob Schwartz and Ben Marks. Following their presentations, there will be drinks and entertainment provided, including a performance from a local dance group! Remember when I said this wasn’t like an ordinary conference? The only thing better than hearing about it is actually going… so make sure you get your tickets today at
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