Good news! Once again, you can watch the livestream of every talk at next week’s Business of Software Conference. We know it isn’t the same as being there to talk and network with some of the most interesting people in the software business today – but you will see some brilliant talks about growing long term, sustainable, profitable software businesses. Thanks to the generous support of Avangate, The BLN, Bulger Partners and Red Gate Software for making this possible.
To watch, you will need to set up a free BoS account with a valid email address – you will also be subscribed to the Business of Software email list. (You can unsubscribe at any time and we will never sell your email address). Make sure you choose your username carefully – it cannot be changed. You only need to do this once.
To set up your FREE BoS account with a valid email address, click the big orange button…
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Once you’re logged in to your BoS account, to access the livestream, click the big yellow button:
Note you will not be able to access this unless you are logged in to your BoS account.
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Watch sessions anytime during the event (running 9am-6pm EST Monday 1st October, Tuesday 2nd October and 9am-12.45pm, Wednesday 3rd October).
Business of Software is a single track conference where every session is Keynote quality – we hope you will get a lot out of it.
We know it isn’t the same as being there but we hope you will be able to catch some of the talks from some brilliant people: Peter Bauer, Mimecast; Bob Dorf, The Startup Owner’s Manual; Dan Pink, Drive; Joel Spolksy, Stack Exchange; Gail Goodman, Constant Contact; Dharmesh Shah, Hubspot; Noah Kagan, App Sumo; Peldi, Balsamiq; Mikey Trafton, Fire Ant Software; Paul Kenny, Ocean Learning; Jason Cohen, WP Engine; Adii Pienaar, Woo Themes; Dan Lyons, Newsweek; Professor Noam Wasserman, Harvard Business School.
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