Last Chance For Free Passes To Enterprise 2.0

Each year, we attend the Enterprise 2.0 conference.  Attending helps give us new ideas for the product, as well as helping spread the word about PBworks.

This year, the conference has a special promotion–if we get 80 people to sign up for a free EXPO pass to the show (June 20-23 in Boston), they’ll give us a free full pass.

If you’re thinking about attending the show or will be in Boston at the time of the show, you can sign up for a free pass and do us a favor at the same time.  Tell any friends who might be interested as well!


A number of folks have commented that the pass price comes up as $50.  This is true, but if you submit, on the very next screen, the $50 is removed from the price, leaving it free.  You will never have to enter a credit card or pay anything.

Published by Chris Yeh

Chris has been building Internet businesses since 1995. He has been a founder, founding employee, or seed investor in almost a dozen startups, including PBworks, and advises a wide array of startups ranging from network equipment makers to vertical search engines. He liked his investment in PBworks so much, he decided to join the company. Chris earned two degrees from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

9 thoughts on “Last Chance For Free Passes To Enterprise 2.0

  1. I cannot attend but would like to thank you so much for the excellent service your provide … I have only the highest possible praise for PBworks – you have made a huge improvement to life as an educationalist, journal editor and chair of a professional association. Many many thanks


    1. It looks like you need to register and choose “Expo Pass,” but you have to give them all kinds of information to do that.

      1. Yep, sorry about that. They do ask a lot of questions. It will probably take about 3-5 minutes to complete the process.

  2. I wanted to know about your volantary organisation, its activities in deihi. How i can get help erom you.

  3. I went through the entire process but the $50 charge never came off the screen. Perhaps you should request a coupon code so these folks can tell who you’ve registered.

    I think I cancelled my application – I’ll check again later.

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