Ticket Competition: Win Activate New York 2011 Tickets

Activate 2010

Brought to you by the Guardian newspaper, Activate New York will be taking place 28th April at The Paley Center for Media, New York.

The Activate Summit is the Guardian's gathering place for leaders of a new global network focused on harnessing and employing technological and social innovation for human betterment.

We're delighted the organisers have offered two lucky Chinwaggers the chance to win a free conference ticket worth $844.99 (£1013.19 to us Brits). 

Entering the competition could not be easier, simply fill in the form below by Monday 18th April and a ticket could be yours.

The Conference

Through senior level summits in London and New York and their online platform on guardian.co.uk, Activate examines and debates the influence of technology on global society in areas as diverse as:

  • Media
  • Commerce and Economics
  • The Environment
  • Energy and Sustainability
  • Citizenship
  • Democracy
  • Governance and Accountability
  • The Developing World
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Science
  • and Humanity

Activate reflects and embodies the near limitless possibilities of modern technology and collective social will, bringing together some of the world's most influential figures to discuss and debate the critical issues and strategies driving a more connected and cohesive planet.

Confirmed speakers include Nicholas Negroponte, Craig Newmark, Arianna Huffington, Nathan Eagle, Jeff Jarvis, Emily Bell, Iqbal Quadir, Bruce Schneier and Benjamin Bratton among many others.

Enter Competition

This competition is now closed.

Can't wait? Grab a ticket now here.  If you're after a ticket to Activate Summit London 2011, keep your eyes peeled!

Good luck!

Obligatory small print: Judges decision is final. The prize is only an Activate New York ticket (flights, accommodation etc NOT included). No cash equivalent. Draw takes place on Tuesday 19th April. No data will be sold or passed on. Entrants will be added to Chinwag's email newsletters. Any questions, drop us a line.

Photo (cc) Aleks Krotoski

Comments

is it one entry per email address?

is it one entry per email address?

One Entry per Email

Yup, them's the rules.

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