Win Tickets to the Guardian's Activate New York 2012 (Thurs 3rd May)


The Guardian is pleased to announce the launch of the second annual Activate Summit in New York on Thurs 3rd May 2012, an event for business leaders, developers and digital practitioners focusing on how we can change the world through technology.

We're delighted that The Guardian have offered a few lucky Chinwaggers the chance to win two pairs of conference tickets worth approx $2390.00!

Entering the competition could not be easier, simply follow the link below and complete the form and a ticket could be yours.

Please note: the prize does not include travel / accommodation - please enter only if you are able to attend!

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Fantastic Competitions and Offers Exclusively for Chinwag Readers...

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We've recently announced some brilliant competitions and offers exclusively for friends of Chinwag from: Social Media Results, Digital Content Monetization, Cloud Computing World Forum, Activate 2011 and GameHorizon.

We've gathered together a brief summary of all the offers and competitions we currently have on offer. Take a look through, and remember, you have to be in it to win it!

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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.

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Activate 2010 Review

Clay Shirky by Aleks Krotoski

I think it’s easy as an agency in a B2B market to forget about the greater good and the impact digital can have in truly bringing about positive change.

Having won a ticket through Chinwag to The Guardian’s Activate Summit 2010, I experienced a day I would most likely not have otherwise enjoyed, but will certainly not miss in years to come.

I sat through each session being reminded of just what an exceptional ‘ecosystem’ (to nick Julie Meyer’s term) we are all plugged in to with the wonderful world that is the internet, and saw glimpses of what social media looks like when used to influence government decisions (Beth Noveck, White House Open Government Initiative), how aid is administered in Third World outreaches (Ethan Zuckerman, Global Voices), and even in your local neighbourhood (Steven Clift,

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