If you plan to attend
Macworld Conference & Expo next month in New York and haven’t registered yet, time is running out. At 11:59 pm Monday discounts for
Early Bird registration will end.
If you have already registered and would like to upgrade, you can simply re-register with priority code: E-PR7. Choose the program that best fits your educational needs, and it will supersede your original registration, according to IDG World Expo.
There are several levels of registration available to choose from including Platinum Pass; Super Pass; Macworld/Pro Conference — 3 Days; Macworld/Pro Conference — Day Pass; Macworld/Power Tools Conference; Workshop; 2-Day Macworld/Users Conference; Hands-On MacLabs; and Exhibit Hall.
With the Early Bird registration offer, conference passes range in price from US$15 for the Exhibit Hall pass to $1295 for the high-end Platinum Pass. After Monday those prices will go up.
Apple announced last week that CEO Steve Jobs would once again deliver the opening keynote for the July Expo, raising expectations of the Mac faithful on what the company will bring to the show.
Macworld New York will also feature six special interest areas on the show floor. Each special interest area offers hands-on access to show goers with Mac technology specific to their focus. This year’s Expo sports a new pavilion for Enterprise, Networking and Server Solutions, and also features expanded Digital Media and Education pavilions. Coming back for this show are the MacTech Central, SciTech and Small Business pavilions.
The new Enterprise, Networking and Server Solutions Pavilion will provide attendees with information on wireless technologies, Bluetooth, mobile computing and enterprise level networking, according to the show’s coordinators. Exhibitors in the area will include Sybase Inc. and Dartware.
The expanded Digital Media Pavilion will feature exhibitors showing off new products focused on digital media content creation, editing storage and delivery. The area will sport exhibitors including Eskape Labs and Toshiba.
The enlarged Education and Assistive Technologies Pavilion isn’t just for schools. The area features solutions for training, as well. Vendors will show off tools, curriculum building solutions, multimedia products and ore. This year’s exhibitors include Apple’s own PowerSchool and Pitsco LEGO.
In addition, Macworld New York will feature Power Tools/Professional Photoshop Conference, Hands On sessions, Birds of a Feather and much more.
More information on
registration for Macworld Expo New York is available from the official Conference & Expo Web site.