8th annual Arizona Entrepreneurship Conference (AZEC) to take place November 13th

The 8th Annual Arizona Entrepreneurship (AZEC) conference is where Arizona innovators and investors connect, collaborate and grow. This event strives to bring entrepreneurs together, share pertinent and valuable knowledge, benefit the surrounding communities, and develop strong relationships between one another.
“This conference has grown to one of the most anticipated events of the year, and this year will be the biggest ever. It you want to know anyone doing anything in digital media entrepreneurship, mobile advertising, or how women have taken over entrepreneurship, you ought to come,” says Francine Hardaway, conference founder and an entrepreneurial catalyst in the Arizona community.
Come and learn about the rise of social business, how to make your company ready for social business and building a business in Arizona. No matter the size of your team, you’ll have many take-a-ways for your business.
Keynote speakers will include: Bill Rinehart, CEO of Unicorn Media, Gloria Feldt, co-founder and president of Take The Lead, Ben Parr, co-founder and Managing Partner of #DOMINATEFUND, Heidi Jannenga, founder of WebPT, James Archer, CEO of Forty, Pat Sullivan, CEO and co-founder of Contatta and former CEO of Saleslogix & ACT!, and Aliza Sherman, web pioneer.
Sponsors include AZ Tech Beat, City of Phoenix, Gangplank, Wine Sisterhood, and Infusionsoft, among others. View a full list of sponsors and register here, and remember, all net proceeds go to benefit the Opportunity Through Entrepreneurship Foundation (OTEF)-a foundation that helps autistic young adults, domestic violence victims, released felons, and other disadvantaged populations to become entrepreneurial.
The conference will take place:

Wednesday, November 13

GangplankHQ  260 S. Arizona Avenue in downtown Chandler

 7:30 AM to 5 PM.

Free parking is available across the street at the Chandler City garage.  Special discount rates are available for students. General attendees can save $50 by taking advantage of the early bird registration offer by registering before October Nov.1, 2013.