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iSummit, Central Florida’s annual digital technology conference, will be held at the Orange County Convention Center on October 1- 2, 2013. Produced by Florida Technology Journal, iSummit brings together experts from leading digital brands to present and discuss topics that span all interactive media and Internet business models, including social media, mobile, gaming, big data, apps, brand engagement, search, e-commerce, digital economy, talent, cross-platform advertising, user experience, TV 2.0, and lead generation. This year’s event promises to draw close to 1,000 digital technology professionals.
For two days, the Convention Center will host keynote speakers, topic-driven panel discussions, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities. Digital executives, web strategists, entrepreneurs, marketers, bloggers, developers, media, and venture investors will gather to network and engage with informative, relevant content. Pre-conference activities will take place on Tuesday, October 1st, from 12:30pm- 9:00pm, and will include pre-conference sessions on a variety of topics. Wednesday’s schedule consists of conference keynotes, panel sessions, and exhibits from 7:30am- 4:00pm. This is the fifth year of the iSummit conference, which continues to grow and feature new speakers from around the country each year.
About Florida Technology Journal
Florida Technology Journal is Florida’s leading source for business technology news. The online publication’s mission is to promote Florida’s digital community, facilitate connections and host informative programs. Content and programs are targeted to technology and business leaders—the senior executives, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, engineers, and developers who create and fund the innovations that drive Florida’s digital economy. Florida Technology Journal is also an invaluable resource for early adopters, media outlets, government, economic development professionals and anyone who needs to learn about trends in technology in Florida.