Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Box Brings Innovation to The Big Apple with /bin NYC

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Last year, we launched the Box Innovation Network (/bin for short), our initiative to spur innovation in enterprise software. To kick things off, we invited the Silicon Valley tech community to San Francisco for a presentation from Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, and a panel discussion on innovation with executives from companies like Heroku and SnapLogic.

Everyone had a fantastic time, and that’s why we decided to do it again. This time, things will be bigger, better and in a completely different locale: New York City.

Chris Anderson, a true innovator, will give the keynote – he not only wrote the book on freemium (literally), but is also currently the Editor-in-chief of Wired. To keep the conversation going, we’ll follow his presentation with a panel comprised of big thinkers from the Big Apple.

If that’s not enough to get you excited, a roof-top after-party (seriously) with food, drinks and entertainment will follow the main event.

To start things with a bang, we’re giving away 100 tickets to Box users. If you’re in New York, go to binnyctickets.eventbrite.com to get yours right now. You should definitely hurry, as supplies are limited! Even if you don’t make it out to NYC, check  back here for more updates; we’ve got more surprises coming in the next few weeks.