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KM World - discount offer to readers

August 7, 2009

Exciting things this year at KM World. I am leading a learning event that will involve narrative capture in the build phase, then the use of people from very different backgrounds to gain new insight to issues and problems in Knowledge and Information Management. More on that next week, but for the moment readers of this blog are entitled to a discount on attendance – details below.

Thank you for participating in this fall’s KMWorld Conference. As a benefit to your speaking, you can invite your colleagues, blog readers, friends, etc. to attend KMWorld Conference at a $200 discount.

Here is a special discount URL to send out. The discounts are automatically calculated on this webform:

http://tinyurl.com/mfmn2h

And remember, KMWorld Conference also has an exhibit hall that is open pre-registered attendees for free! Your colleagues can register for this free pass at the same URL above.

Thanks, and I look forward to seeing you in San Jose!

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