Wellington, January 25, 2010 – Some of the Capital’s top bloggers are busy gazing into the crystal ball as they prepare to come up with their much-anticipated forecasts for 2010 at Unlimited Potential’s Blogger’s PredICT later this week.
Strictly tongue-in-cheek, this fun-filled event promises to enrage, enthral and entertain as five bloggers vie for the title of Unlimited Potential Visionary of the Year.
“Unlimited Potential is very excited to once again bring one of cornerstone IT events to the Capital City, drawing a diverse and interactive audience that is set to be more interactive with the introduction of a live Twitter poll,” says Tom Reidy, Chairman of Unlimited Potential.
He says the audience can expect some inspiring, enlightening and unusual predictions for 2010, which promises to be a fantastic year for the IT and web industry.
Held annually for the ICT community to celebrate the New Year and attracting many bloggers and fans alike, this year’s Blogger’s PredICT is fully booked.
Blogger’s PredICT starts at 5.30pm on Thursday, January 28, at the Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce, Level 28, Majestic Centre. The audience will hear predictions about the worlds of the Internet, business & technology, gadgets & games as well as in an ‘open slather’ category of ‘Wellington, New Zealand and the Universe’.
This year’s line-up features some of Wellington’s most popular bloggers. Their combined passions, interests and expertise cover a wide spectrum of blogging topics: from Wellington itself, coffee, partying and beauty to gadgets, web design, micro-blogging, web publishing, open source and mobile technology. The bloggers are:
The winner receives an official certificate, a beautiful tiara and full bragging rights, at least until next year’s Blogger’s PredICT.
What: Bloggers PredICT 2010
When: 5.30pm-8pm, Thursday, 28 January 2010
Venue: Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce, level 28, The Majestic Centre, 100 Willis Street.
Unlimited Potential was set up in 2000 as a non-profit organisation to facilitate the growth and development of professionals at the forefront of ICT in Wellington. It does this primarily by providing opportunities for people working in Wellington’s ICT industry to meet and share ideas in a relaxed and friendly environment through events and forums. The network has more than 2000 members working in every type of ICT role across the industry, including start-ups, corporates, education, and government departments. www.up.org.nz
Tom Reidy, Chairman, Unlimited Potential, phones: 021 779 298 (mobile), 04 210 0955 (work), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anamika Vasil, Communicator, phone: 021 494 005 (mobile), email: email@example.com