Small Business Hacks at Web2Open

We’ve got a cool new development on the Web2Open front: Jen Bekman, Don MacAskill and Bryan Mason will be joining us for “Small Business Hacks,” an open discussion moderated by Tony Stubblebine.

Particularly neat is that each of them has worked on a Web 2.0 company with a different business model. Jen started 20×200 as a site connected with her gallery; she sells emerging artists’ work directly to new collectors. Don is the founder and chief geek at SmugMug, a photo-sharing site that runs on a subscription basis. Bryan is the COO of Adaptive Path, a firm that consults on Web 2.0 design and usability. And Tony is the owner of CrowdVine, an online social-networking service currently focused on corporate sales.

The session is 1:30 – 2:20p on April 24, and with a good mix of perspectives from among the panelists and participants, it ought to be a very lively conversation. Meantime, if you have any small biz hacks to share now, go ahead and post in the comments.

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