Lotusphere registration will open (late)

by Volker Weber

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Ed Brill says:

Lotusphere 2010 registration opens in a couple of weeks or so, for those asking. Yes, it's later than usual.

This should stop your worries.

Comments

Lotusphere 2010 registration is allready open.

http://bit.ly/YAwEt

Ortwin Riske, 2009-09-16

I assume that Ed knows about this database. What's missing is all the marketing around it.

Volker Weber, 2009-09-16

I assume Ed knows now.

Bart Severein, 2009-09-16

Ed Brill says:

I've heard that the webform is visible but I do not think you can complete the registration yet. Hotels not yet available. etc.

Ortwin Riske, 2009-09-16

What I want to know is why they used a lookalike of vowe in their banner when they could've have used the real deal...

Alex Boschmans, 2009-09-16

They couldn't.

Volker Weber, 2009-09-16

@Alex I suspect Mr. Lotus Marketing would have had puppies if Vowe's face had been on that banner. ;-) ;-)

Jan-Piet Mens, 2009-09-16

That’s one of the longest registration forms for a conference I’ve ever seen!

And if it’s not “official” how are registrants supposed to know that? Looks official to me, and the hotels have been book-able for over a year…

Ben Poole, 2009-09-16

@Ben - hotel rooms are always bookable. I reckon its booking through the lotusphere site?

paul mooney, 2009-09-16

Ah OK... I guess there’s a special rate for those coming from the Lotus site?

But hang on—the eager beavers will have already fully booked the Swan & Dolphin! ;-)

Ben Poole, 2009-09-16

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