The GeekWire team has lined up some great speakers, and some surprises along the way, and we’re excited to spend the afternoon and evening with hundreds of you.
Signups have exceeded our expectations, so we’re opening the doors 15 minutes earlier than planned, at 12:45 p.m., to give everyone time to get settled in. Check out the full agenda for the day here, starting with a keynote conversation with online collaboration pioneer Ray Ozzie, the former Microsoft chief technology officer.
If you’re signed up and ready to go, here’s an important reminder: We’re located at the Conference Center on the northeast corner of 8th & Pike, which is kitty corner from the Washington State Convention Center. We’ll be taking over the third floor of the building for both the conference and the anniversary party.
For parking and directions, click here to a webpage with addional maps and videos. The easiest option is likely the parking lot for the Convention Center itself (entrance is on 8th, across the street from the Conference Center).
Limited tickets for the GeekWire Summit are still available online and at the door, and you can also still purchase tickets for the anniversary party, which starts at 5 p.m. Looking forward to seeing all of you there, and thanks for your support of GeekWire as we mark our first year.