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Digital Mission NYC 2008

Written by Jake on Wednesday, August 6th, 2008 at 1:28 pm.

I have been keeping this under my belt for a week or so, but I was really pleased that Tactile CRM has been accepted onto the 2008 Digital Mission to New York. Full details are on the Chin Wag website, TechCrunch UK have done an initial post on it (they are one of the media partners), and the press release is here.

I’ve been trying to stalk follow people on Twitter that are going. So far I have found the following – companies & people with Twitter accounts first (those with two people have the person representing them on the digital mission first):

DM on Twitter or email me jake [at] tactilecrm dot com if I have missed you off.

12 Responses to “Digital Mission NYC 2008”

  1. Fabio says:

    Well done Jake, nice idea to connect people via twitter.
    Can’t wait for this mission to come!

  2. Glad you got a place Jake, well deserved!

  3. Jake Stride says:

    @Fabio Thanks, I love they way Twitter allows us all to connect before we meet up.

  4. Jake Stride says:

    @Adrian Thanks, second time lucky! I’m already thinking about the third to SxSW!

  5. Hi Jake

    I (@danversbaillieu) will be tagging along with my colleague Barry Vitou (@bazv) as we are representing the lucky sponsors – I will add you to my twitter feed. Look forward to meeting you in September.

    Danvers

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  7. Sam Michel says:

    Hi Jake – glad you’re coming along, too. Great idea about the Twitter links, if everyone agrees we’ll add the Twitter links to the main Digital Mission company list for handy access.

  8. Sam Michel says:

    Just updated the Digital Mission to NYC companies page with the Twitters you discovered already. If you spot any more, do let me know. Updated page is here:

    http://digital-mission.org/nyc08-companies

    Great idea, Jake.

  9. Hey Jake, just wanted to point out that I’ll be attending with Bill Daring, Paul Fabretti will not be going (much to his disgust)

    Dave Kinsella (@Techn0tic)

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