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Why Attend?

The World Wide Web has become a critical component of every successful organisation. It has transformed society in the way we communicate, learn, trade and govern. In the next few years we will see a new wave of capability added to the World Wide Web that will revolutionise our lives. WWW2006 will be a showcase for these new capabilities as described by the Web's founder, Tim Berners-Lee, and other key experts.

Spend four days with us and we'll show you the future, allowing you to think ahead of the curve. You will hear invaluable information that cannot be found anywhere else. Attend the conference and you will return armed with a wealth of ideas and strategies to implement within your own organisation.

  • No other event draws to one location the breadth of business leaders, industrial technologists, academics and key standards bodies that shape the future direction of the World Wide Web.
  • See it here first as the latest technologies and business strategies to create future applications are presented to the world. Key people from business and academia will inform you via a variety of sessions.
  • Identify the next wave of innovation to enable you to invest wisely and to remain competitive in the marketplace.
  • Interact and network through workshops, exhibitions, tutorials, round tables, panels and social events to build connections, partnerships and alliances.
  • Advance computing and promote policies and research to the benefit of society.

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who wants to stay ahead of the curve, and get a head start of the Web's next wave. Whether you are a CXO, business or IT decision maker, entrepreneur, VC, academic, technical innovator or developer, you will meet and hear from the people who are shaping your future.

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