Going to New Media Expo

Chris BroganI’ll be attending New Media Expo in Las Vegas on January 4-6. For years, this has been a great place to meet people and get to know those you’ve only met from afar. I thought I’d lay out my intentions, and also make a few time slots available, if there’s some matching business to be had. Work for you?

My Intentions at the Event

I will be there representing my publishing and media company, Owner, where I serve business professionals by creating your curriculum for the future. I intend to cover interesting businesses doing great work. I intend to meet the kinds of business people who need to reach business professionals like the ones who read Owner.

If you’re doing interesting business stuff (and I really don’t mean social media and blogging as-is), I’d love to hear and talk to you about your business. If you’re trying to reach business professionals, then I most definitely can help with that, as well.

I’ll also very likely be representing a new project by a client of mine. It fits really nicely into my thoughts on trends for 2014 and beyond, and I’ve been working with them for a while to shape it into exactly what I think you’ll find really cool. More on that, if we get everything in place in time.

I’ll also be available to do a limited number of interviews for podcasts and the like, if we can keep them to no more than 20 minutes tops.

My parents, Steve and Diane Brogan, will also be around. If you really want to have great interview guests, you should meet a professional poker dealer (Dad), two great amateur poker players (both of them) and a rogue concierge who gives visitors to Vegas secret tours and amazingly fun personal experiences (mom). You’d get so much more out of meeting them than me, so ping @stevebrogan or @dianebrogan on Twitter to see where they are.

Want To Meet Up?

If you want to get in touch with me, I put together this little form, so I can have the info available easily. If you prefer a more informal meeting, I’ll see you in the halls sometimes. : )

The info on the form is private to only me.

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