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How do I attend Internet Week New York?
Anyone can attend IWNY by purchasing a pass for our HQ or attending a Citywide event. Passes to our HQ will be available for purchase closer to IWNY 2014. Please keep checking in or sign up for our newsletter and be the first to know when tickets go on sale. How you register to attend Citywide Event varies, as they are individually run Check our schedule frequently to see an updated list of our Citywide Events.
What kinds of events happen during Internet Week New Y?
IWNY will include everything from industry specific events to those centered around business, arts and culture, entertainment, startups, and more. Previous IWNYs have included conferences, parties, breakfasts, lunches, panels, speeches, launches, awards shows and more.
I want to attend events at the HQ, what do I do?
To attend events at the IWNY HQ, you must purchase a pass. These passes will be available for purchase closer to IWNY 2014. Sign up for our newsletter and be the first to know when tickets go on sale.
I want to attend events around New York City, what do I do?
Each Citywide Event is run independently. In order to attend festival events throughout the city, called Citywide Events, please be sure to follow their instructions listed on our IWNY Schedule page. Some Citywide events may require you to purchase a ticket, RSVP, or request an invite.
Do I need to buy a pass for the whole week?
For the HQ, yes. Be sure to check-in closer to IWNY 2014 to purchase IWNY Passes. Citywide events are hosted by participating Event Partners, who all control their own RSVP processes. Most of the Citywide Events are free but some are invite-only or require the purchase of a separate ticket.
What does it cost to attend?
IWNY HQ ticket prices will be announced closer to IWNY 2014. For Citywide Events, prices may vary. Make sure to check the RSVP procedure for each event you would like to attend to verify the price of attending the event.
Can I have my own event?
Anyone — whether an established company, startup, organization, or individual — can host an event as an Official Event Partner of IWNY. Register your event HERE!
By creating an account, you're able to use your login and password to go back into your listing and make any edits or updates as they happen. As a Citywide Event Partner, you're able to use our Official Marks and Logos in your marketing and public relations efforts. We’re here as a resource for you, contact us!
How do I submit speakers to Make the Stage?
IWNY runs a program called Make the Stage, which allows anyone to enter a pitch or proposal for chance at a spot onstage at the IWNY HQ at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Click here to begin submitting your panel for Make The Stage.
What about my privacy?
Internet Week NY doesn't sell or share your personal information. If you sign up for event updates, we do allow our partners to provide you with news and special offers. However, we do not share your personal information with our partners and maintain control of your information at all times. If at any time you choose not to receive such notifications, you may unsubscribe by using the link at the bottom of IWNY emails. Internet Week New York may provide aggregate statistics about our customers, sales, traffic patterns, and related site information to reputable third-party vendors, but these statistics include no personally identifying information.
How can I sponsor Internet Week?
If you are interested in sponsoring Internet Week New York, please contact our Sales Director Jackie Ramsey. jackie[at]internetweekny[dot]com
Can I rent the Internet Week mailing list?
Unfortunately, we do not rent any of our lists.
Can I tell you I think Internet Week is awesome/stupid/could be better by doing XYZ?
We want to hear your thoughts/ideas. IWNY is all about you so please reach out and share your comments. Please contact our Head of Community, Rocquan[at]internetweekny[dot]com