Hundreds of top executives from hyperlocal, location-based and daily deals companies will come together next week in New York City for Street Fight Summit 2011, where they’ll discuss the latest ideas and insights about how digital companies can target the $150 billion local advertising market.
Over two days of dynamic panel discussions, demos and talks, attendees will glean the latest ideas, best practices and hot strategies in hyperlocal, on topics such as “Alternative Revenue Strategies for Publishers,” “In Hyperlocal Publishing, Does Size Matter,” “Daily Deals’ Next Move,” “The Evolution of the Check-in,” “Hyperlocal and the 2012 Election” and “How Location-Aware Mobile Technology is Transforming Retail” (see the full program here). The lineup also includes talks from and with Vinicius Vacanti of Yipit, Darian Shirazi of Fwix, Ezra Kucharz of CBS Local and Evan Cohen of Foursquare (see a list of all the participants here).
Who should attend? Startups in this exciting space; traditional media companies and marketers expanding their local and hyperlocal initiatives; and investors and analysts participating in this space.
Don’t miss the event — register to attend or send us an email for the one free ticket Street Fight is giving away today and join us on October 25 and 26 at 82Mercer, the former home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex, in SoHo.