Street Fight Summit 2011, Oct. 25-26 in NYC | Street Fight

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Join top thinkers from Foursquare, Patch, Yipit, Fwix, Curbed, Topix, Gilt City, Journal Register, SCVNGR and many others at the forefront of the hyperlocal industry

Define the future of hyperlocal. Find new ways to earn revenue, or better leverage your existing channels. Discover which technologies translate into income, and which partnerships work best. At Street Fight’s kick-off conference this fall in New York, join the discussion and help shape a lasting, sustainable new landscape for local online marketing. Hear from industry leaders, swap best practices, and develop new client and partner relationships.

Registration starts at 8 a.m. on Oct. 25. Events run 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. each day — with a special cocktail reception for all attendees at the end of the first day.

Confirmed participants include:

* Vinicius Vacanti, co-founder, Yipit
* Evan Cohen, general manager, Foursquare
* Nate Richardson, president, Gilt City
* Warren Webster, president, Patch
* Mark Josephson, SVP revenue, AOL Local
* Ezra Kucharz, president, CBS Local Digital Media
* Darian Shirazi, CEO, Fwix
* Chris Tolles, CEO, Topix
* Carll Tucker, CEO, Main St. Connect
* Steve Buttry, engagement director, Journal Register
* Larry Kramer, founder and CEO, CBS Marketwatch
* John Valentine, biz dev director, SCVNGR/LevelUp
* Lockhart Steele, president and founder, Curbed
* Jeff Jarvis, blogger/professor, BuzzMachine
* Mindy Finn, partner, EngageDC
* Jonathan Butler, publisher, Brownstoner
* Leela de Kretser, editorial director and publisher, DNAInfo
* Gary Cowan, SVP product and marketing, Datasphere
* Frank Moyer, CEO, GeoIQ
* Phil Hendrix, founder and director, IMMR
* Josh McCarter, CEO, Gramercy One
* Bo Fishback, CEO, Zaarly
* David Tisch, managing director NYC, TechStars
* Owen Davis, managing director, NYC Seed
* Michael Fives, product manager, Meetup
* Duncan McCall, CEO, PlaceIQ
* Scott Hendrickson, ad sales VP, WHERE
* Debra Galant, co-founder, Baristanet
* Luke Stangel, co-founder, Tackable
* Ann Montgomery, co-founder and CEO, NabeWise
* Mark Potts, founder, Backfence
* Jeremy Geiger, CEO, Retailigence
* Alistair Goodman, CEO, Placecast
* Rick Blair, former CEO, Examiner
* Perry Evans, CEO, Closely
* Josh Fenton, co-founder, GoLocal24
* Rich Masterson, chairman, CampaignGrid
* Eli Portnoy, CEO, Think Near
* David Pachter, CEO, LocalVox
* Mark Watkins, co-founder, goby
* Nihal Mehta, CEO, LocalResponse
* Kam Lasater, co-founder, SeeClickFix
* Jonty Kelt, CEO, GroupCommerce
* Shawn McGinness, business manager, St. Louis Beacon
* Chad Billmyer, CEO, DealBird
* Scott Brodbeck, editor, ARLNow
* Michael Shapiro, CEO, The Alternative Press
* Doug Heddings, president, Heddings Property Group
* Scott Wolfgang, strategic investments VP, Hearst Interactive Media
* Cheryl Yeoh, CEO, CityPockets
* Jonathan Bellinger, digital strategy director, JWT NY

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